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The White House Coronavirus Task Force asks “Please, Please” to wear a mask

July 1, 2020

The General Administrator of American Public Health, General Surgeon Jerome Adams, a member of the White House Coronavirus Working Group, this Tuesday asked American citizens to “please, please, please” wear a mask when they are in public places the coronavirus pandemic.

“It’s not an inconvenience,” said Adams. “It is not a suppression of freedom. In fact, it is a means of achieving our goals. It increases your comfort and your freedom because it allows us to open more places,” he added.

The surgeon, who has insisted that he does not ask to wear a mask because “he is pessimistic”, has indicated that he has “full confidence” in the new cases of coronavirus in the United States that have started their processes have experienced a significant upswing, they will decrease “quickly”.

The White House Coronavirus Task Force asks “Please, Please” to wear a maskThe White House Coronavirus Task Force asks “Please, Please” to wear a mask

“And we can open again, we can go back to school, work, and places of worship. But we all have to do our part,” said Adams.