A new poll has found that only half of Americans believe the US is winning the war against Kovid-19, and nearly half believe that those vaccinated against the virus continue to wear masks in public should keep.
While people’s optimism about the fight against the epidemic is increasing – 50% believe America is winning “War” Compared to 28% in a January Rasmussen poll – many are still undecided and divided on specific issues such as wearing masks.
According to data released Tuesday by Rasmussen, which conducted both the January survey and this latest survey, 26% of respondents believe the US is not winning the war against the epidemic and the other 25% in one way or another. Are uncertain
One of the most discussed topics for accessing social media and broadcasting media becomes more and more American vaccinations, is that wearing masks in public should still be practiced, since the virus has been vaccinated and There is a possibility of spreading it to someone else. extremely low.
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Dr. Health experts such as Anthony Fauci say that wearing masks should still be a part of daily life, while critics such as Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), who is a doctor himself, have publicly disagreed with this line of precaution.
Rasmussen’s survey shows that nearly half of Americans (49%) believe that vaccinated individuals should also continue masking. A longer mask mandate is to be expected, with 58% of respondents stating that they expect to wear the mask in public for at least the next six months, while 25% believe it to be 18 months or more. More time will be required. However, some (15%) said they expected the mask to be mandatory for years to come. “sine die.” Meanwhile, some states and cities have already begun rolling out or announcing plans to end epidemic restrictions, which include wearing masks.
The idea that half of Americans actually want to wear a mask continues to receive fairly heated reactions on social media, mainly from conservative to increasing criticism of Kovid-era rules.
Voting was conducted from April 29 to May 2 among 1,000 American adults and had an error of more than three or three percent.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently updated its health guidelines to state that fully vaccinated people can participate in small ceremonies and exercise without covering the face. The message has been mixed, however, as President Joe Biden, despite vaccination, has continued attention to the point of wearing a mask.
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