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Oltre | “Stare a casa”, la controversa decisione negli States

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Vice President Pence made it clear Wednesday that President Trump has decided he doesn’t want to tell states what to do. “At the president’s direction, the White House coronavirus task force will continue to take the posture that we will defer to state and local health authorities on any measures that they deem appropriate,” Pence said. But for the first time, Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has signaled his frustration with that. Fauci made it clear in an appearance on CNN Thursday that he thought a nationwide stay-at-home order, declared by the White House, was necessary. “If you look at what’s going on in this country, I just don’t understand why we’re not doing that,” he told anchor Anderson Cooper. “We really should be.” The question was about a federal mandate and not whether states should take this step themselves, and Fauci was careful to recognize valid questions about states’ rights. But he was also clear that he thinks this should be a nationwide policy, one way or another. “I think so, Anderson,” Fauci added at another point. “I don’t understand why that’s not happening.” Part of the reason it’s not happening is that this request hasn’t been enunciated by the president like it was by Fauci on Thursday night. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by @jabinbotsford/The Washington Post)

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