Rochelle Wallensky, incoming director of the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said she will start her new job with a big to-do list: states that have to fix the Kovid-19 vaccination program and wear out masks to exhausted Americans And persuade others to take precautions.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Drs. Wallensky said the agency would try to help people clear up doubts about Kovid-19 vaccines and vowed to increase public confidence in the CDC.
Dr. Valensky enlisted the help of the CDC on Wednesday as a highly transitive mutant or variant of the novel coronovirus, causing a new surge in infection over the next few weeks.
Meanwhile, the vaccination campaign to stop the epidemic is slowing down, and the survey shows that many people in the US are hesitant to get vaccinated.
“This is an emergency,” Dr. Valensky said, because he got the paperwork for his new job, so that he could get the right to work in the administration immediately after the change. New chairmen often wait weeks or months for the names of CDC directors.