US Health Minister Xavier Becerra announced that the Kovid-19 Public Health Emergency application has officially ended as of today.
In his written statement, US Health Minister Becerra stated that the country is in a better position compared to any period of the Covid-19 epidemic period, and this is due to the decisions taken by US President Joe Biden and his administration.
Stating that the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency application has officially ended as of today, Becerra said, “We have learned many lessons in the last 2.5 years. We have worked to strengthen our preparedness and response efforts by creating flexibility in the local supply chain, building capacity to ensure adequate stocks, and fostering innovation through projects like NextGen.” used the phrases.
Emphasizing that they will continue to protect the health and well-being of all Americans at high risk, especially the elderly and immunocompromised people, Becerra said that the Ministry is ready to manage the future risks of the virus, and that Covid-19 is a public health priority. shared the knowledge that it will continue to be the subject of.
In the statement made by the White House, while the investments and services for public health during the Covid-19 epidemic were mentioned, it was reported that with the Ministry of Health’s Bridge Access Program, free access to Covid-19 vaccines for uninsured people will be guaranteed until 2024.
According to the latest data shared by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 104 million people have been infected with Covid-19 in the country to date, and the number of people who lost their lives due to the virus has reached 1 million 131 thousand 819. (AA)
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