The Surgeon General argued: Wearing a mask will ‘protect my mother’


Adams, who has worked as the nation’s top physician since 2017, tweeted thanks that both his mother and wife were recently hospitalized.

“My wife was in the hospital due to complications of cancer treatment. My mom was admitted last night with a hip fracture and possible stroke. Thanks to everyone who kept a hospital bed open for my loved ones, following the # COVID19 precautions and getting their #faloo shot. It matters, “Adams What was said.

The Surgeon General said that practicing social distancing and masking can bridge the gap between now and when a vaccine is released, it could be by the end of the year.

“We want to be vaccinated to the effect with the recognition that we will have 40 million doses of the vaccine by the end of this year,” Adams said, noting that the first round of vaccines would help vulnerable people, including those in nursing homes Will go to safety . “If you are part of the public, I want you to understand that this will probably be the end of the first quarter, you can get a vaccine before the beginning of the second quarter of next year.”

Adams, who serves a four-year term in August 2021, may be among the only top Trump health officials to be held in the upcoming Biden administration.

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