White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Wednesday that the Biden administration does not know or have a timeline of when life is going to return to normal from the pandemic.
“The question of when we get some semblance of normalcy, that timeline also seems to be shifting,” a reporter said to Psaki. “Dr. Fauci had said a sense of normalcy maybe in the fall, that’s when you might be able to go to theaters, go to sporting events, still with masks, of course.”
“Now, it seems that’s being slid to early next year, the president said maybe around Christmas, what’s going on here?” the reporter asked. “When do we think we will get back to some taste of normalcy?”
“Well, this is the question, as I’m sure is the case for all of you, that every neighbor, every friend, every family member asks, at least me in the street when I’m walking my dog in the morning,”