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Politics Biden snaps at reporter who questions mask flip-flop

01:44  30 july  2021
01:44  30 july  2021 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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President Joe Biden snapped at a reporter who asked him about past assurances that those who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear protective face masks.

Joe Biden wearing a suit and tie © Provided by Washington Examiner

“No, I didn’t say that,” Biden began, noting he was referring to people who were fully vaccinated outside of government-designated COVID-19 hot spots.

Biden was also pressed on his less equivocal comments about protective face coverings in May.

"That was true at the time ... What happened was the new variant came along,” he replied. “They didn't get vaccinated ... More people were getting sick."

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BIDEN’S VACCINE BLAME GAME

The questions came after Biden finished remarks announcing a new initiative to increase vaccinations among the federal workforce, mandating the shot for most government employees.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised its mask-wearing guidance earlier this week to respond to the emerging delta variant and plateauing vaccination rates. Masks are now recommended for the fully vaccinated in some situations.

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Congressional Republicans have pressed the CDC to justify the science behind its decision, which critics say could enhance vaccine hesitancy if people do not believe the shots will restore their pre-pandemic lives.

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Tags: News, White House, Joe Biden, Coronavirus, Face masks, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Original Author: W. James Antle III

Original Location: Biden snaps at reporter who questions mask flip-flop

Biden points finger at GOP governors and possible 2024 rivals for pandemic resurgence .
The White House is increasingly taking aim at Republican governors who have relaxed COVID-19 restrictions, casting what President Joe Biden once described as a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” as a pandemic of the red states. © Provided by Washington Examiner This shift in tone comes as the pandemic’s resurgence takes a toll on Biden’s job approval ratings, dropping him below 50% in some national polls. His top two targets are Govs.

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