White House press secretary Jen Psaki threatened Americans with many more months of COVID-19 mitigation strategies on Monday despite the United States’ relative vaccine rollout success.
“We need to remain vigilant, both from the federal government, the American people need to. You know, and it’s still going to be months and months of sacrifice, of work, of suffering, unfortunately, in order to get through the pandemic,” Psaki said during her Monday press briefing.
As U.S. nears 500,000 COVID deaths, Psaki says at end of press briefing: “We need to remain vigilant…It’s still going to be months and months of sacrifice, of work, of suffering, unfortunately, in order to get through the pandemic” https://t.co/9T8aUPjUrs pic.twitter.com/nodAwgibat
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While Psaki admitted the United States leads the world in the number of vaccinations administered and is “second only to Israel in the share of population fully vaccinated,” she said the Biden administration will continue to peddle