Governors and state officials have been allowed to follow their own paths. To do what they think is right to deal with the pandemic. There have been many voicing oppositions to this policy for some time. The central government should enact unified rules. Doctors state that is what is required. The countries top health officials are in disagreement about what these rules should be. Which exacerbates the situation further. Consequently, governors who did not take a strict line. On masks being worn and social distancing guidelines are now paying the price. Have the worst statistics when it comes to pandemic numbers. These lack measures have caused their hospitals and health staff to fall under overwhelming conditions. It also affects others who suffer from other chronic diseases and conditions to be able to get the medical attention they require.

Vaccines with high efficacy rates are recently announced. The majority of people will not be able to obtain these until April next year it is projected.

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Timothy is the Senior Editor for America Tonight with more than 20 years in media. Curiously enough, he started off within agricultural journalism (he's from Georgia, after all), but soon moved from articles about peaches to something more intense. He attended the University of Central Florida, receiving a bachelor's degree in Social Sciences and minoring in Crime, Law, and Deviance. At first he took a job as a traffic reporter (mostly to conquer his fear of heights, he claims), but after a month of relatively peaceful work was asked to cover a live police car chase. This was a game-changer: by the end of the same year he was leading the newsroom. Tim also loves to promise that he's quitting "next year", moving from New York to New Zealand and becoming a writer, but we don't believe him. He loves us too much. jeffers@americatonight.net

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