Joe Biden has been in the political spotlight for some time now, and his latest move to end the COVID-19 emergency declarations is no exception. On January 31, Biden made a statement to White House reporters that the COVID emergency will end when the Supreme Court ends it. This statement was made after the announcement that Biden would cease all Emergency Declarations of Covid-19 on May 11.
Reporter: "What's behind your decision to end the COVID emergency?"
Joe Biden: "The COVID emergency will end when the Supreme Court ends it." pic.twitter.com/wvgwcZsHmE
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The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued a statement indicating that a sudden stop to the emergency declaration would generate chaos and confusion in the healthcare system. Tens of millions of Americans would be affected, along with states, hospitals, and doctor’s offices.
Biden is restructuring the government response to coronavirus to approach it as an endemic danger to public health. This change will remove the federal government from direct control of vaccination and treatment development. House Republicans are also initiating probes investigating the government’s response to COVID-19.
Biden has been vocal about his opposition to resolutions brought before Congress by House Republicans that would end the emergency immediately. He believes that this move is long overdue, as lawmakers have already ended some elements of the emergency declarations that kept millions of Americans insured during the pandemic.
Joe Biden has had his fair share of awkward and creepy moments during his career, but this move to end the COVID-19 emergency declarations is a step in the right direction. It is a move that many are ready for, as it will help to create stability and security for millions of Americans.
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