Governor Kim Reynolds of Iowa, who was opposed to wearing masks, also changed his rule of covering the mouth. However, he said: “There is a scientific theory associated with reducing the risk of spreading the corona virus by wearing a mask.”
Iowa City: In view of the rise in Coronavirus cases in America, authorities have again imposed restrictions on dealing with it. Republican governors have made it mandatory to wear masks and plans to reopen schools have also been postponed.
Question about the science behind the rule of maintaining social distance
In the meantime, many people are questioning the science behind the rule of wearing masks and keeping social distance. People also fear that once the restrictions are imposed, more jobs could be lost. Governor Kim Reynolds of Iowa, who was against wearing masks, also changed his rule of covering the mouth. However, he said, “Wearing masks is a scientific principle associated with reducing or not the risk of spreading the corona virus.”
Special preparations for Thanksgiving ‘
Public health officials have also made special preparations for next week’s “Thanksgiving”. At the same time, the doctors urged people not to do great ceremonies. According to ‘John Hopkins’ University, America has the highest 73 on Monday Other people were hospitalized. Monday, Kovid – 19 1
, 000 More new cases have been reported. So far in the United States, 2 47,000 other people have died from the virus. On average, 1 145 people die here every day.
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Wearing Masks is Now Mandatory in North Dakota and Utah
Wearing masks is now mandatory in North Dakota and Utah. In addition to Iowa, North Dakota and Utah have also made it mandatory to wear masks. At the same time, South Dakota has decided to close schools again. Recently 94 students and 47 employees were found to be infected here. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the economy could slow down in the coming months amid rising coronavirus cases in the country. (Input- AP agency)