Former White House chief Donald Trump on Tuesday, July 27, lashed out at U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) decision to require vaccinated people to wear masks and urged Americans not to revert to anti-covetous restrictions and not to put masks on their children.
“We’re not going back (to restrictions. – Ed.). We will not put masks on our children. Joe Biden and his administration haven’t learned any lessons from last year,” the Daily Caller quoted Trump as saying.
The former American leader is sure that Americans have learned to live with the pandemic coronavirus. In addition, he accused the Democrats of distrusting science.
Earlier, the CDC reported that all schools must open in September, but children must wear masks.
On the same day, during a visit to the National Intelligence Director’s office headquarters, Biden said that the U.S. administration was discussing the possibility of mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for federal civil servants.
On July 25, Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to the U.S. president, said that Americans with weak immune systems may need another dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A Gallup poll published on July 23 shows that the approval rating of U.S. President Joe Biden has dropped to a record low of 50%. Thus, according to the survey conducted July 6-21, 45% of Americans disapprove of the White House leader’s performance and another 5% of those surveyed have not formed an opinion on the issue.