Source Title: CDC issues traffic mask order for the deadliest January in the United States
Beijing, January 30 (Reuters) – the Centers for Disease Control and prevention of the United States issued an order on the evening of February 29 local time to wear masks in interstate transportation and transportation hubs, including planes, taxis and trains, starting from the evening of February 1 local time.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the rules for wearing masks, which also include carpooling vehicles and subways, came into effect at 11:59 p.m. EDT on February 1. If you don’t follow the instructions to wear a mask, it’s against federal law. The order does not apply to private cars or commercial trucks driven by independent operators.
People wearing masks walk on the streets of Manhattan, New York, January 26 local time. Photo by China News Agency reporter Liao pan
Earlier, U.S. President Biden issued an order on January 21, requiring agencies to take “immediate action” and wear masks at transportation and transit hubs.
According to ABC, according to the statistics of Johns Hopkins University, there were more than 90000 new deaths in January. The report says covid-19 is the &ldquo of the US, the deadliest &rdquo since the new crown outbreak.