Mission, Kansas- With vaccination campaigns moving forward and the emergence of a third vaccine, many US states are lifting the ban despite warnings from experts that the epidemic is far away and a hasty withdrawal could prolong the misery.
It would be easier to go out of the theater in Massachusetts and eat from today. In Missouri, where each locality has its own rules set, the two largest metropolitan areas – St. Louis and Kansas City – are lifting some restrictions. Iowa’s governor recently reiterated the need to wear a mask and impose limits on the number of people inside bars and restaurants, while the city of Lawrence, where the University of Kansas is located, now allows shops to open until midnight .
Mike Lee, the owner of Trejo Mare Restaurant & Lounge in Kansas City, said he hoped the vaccine and the warm weather would improve the financial status of his establishment.
“I think people are excited to be able to put all this behind us and live life as before,” Lee said.
Vaccine shipments to states are accelerating. About 20% of the country’s adult population – more than 50 million people – have received at least one of the two doses and 10% have received both, according to the Centers for Disease Control, two and a half months after the commencement of the vaccination campaign. And prevention (CDC).
Johnson & Johnson, whose vaccine requires a shot, dispatches about 4 million doses from Tuesday night to Tuesday. The company will ship 16 million doses by the end of March and a total of 100 million by the end of June.
This is in addition to the dosages already available from Pfizer and Modern and will contribute to the goal of vaccinating all adults in the country by mid-summer. The White House is encouraging citizens to make the first vaccines available, whatever they are available.
In New York City, where food is now allowed in restaurants with few limitations, officials say the Jammu and Kashmir vaccine will help millions of people vaccinate in the summer, including injecting the elderly door-to-door. Initiatives include those who cannot leave their homes.
However, officials warn that resuming social and business activities can be very harmful, especially when taking into account that new forms of the disease have emerged.
On Monday, the director of the CDC, Drs. Rochelle Wallensky called on state officials and the general public not to lower their guard, saying they felt “extremely concerned about reports that some states are taking precise measures of health that we have Are recommended “.
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