Gavin Newsom Announces Endemic Shift

Gavin Newsom
Gavin Newsom

Gavin Newsom is one of the most popular faces in American politics. He is the Governor of California and has done wonders for the Golden State. Newsom issued a recent statement that focused on how California would make the transition to normal life post-pandemic.

The pandemic was one of the biggest tragedies of recent times. The whole world was plagued by the ill effects of the coronavirus. Economies went crashing down and the world was met with a crisis.

A complete shutdown was implemented by most of the government. This led to the closing of businesses and offices. Such a situation led to a lot of people losing their jobs. Thankfully, the situation has been normalized to a large extent.

The effect of the pandemic has decreased significantly. Newsom stated that the pandemic did not end entirely.

Rather this is the start of the Endemic. An endemic is referred to the situation where a disease still exists, but humans have developed the immunity to counter that. Gavin Newsom stated that there was no room for being complacent.

The government of California will be keeping a close look at the situation. Let us learn more about the story in detail below. 

Gavin Newsom Explains Future Plans 

 Gavin Newsom has been one of the best Governors in recent times. He had tackled the pandemic situation with significant ease.

The politician issued several financial assistance for the residents of California. These assistances were known as Golden State Stimulus.

Almost all the citizens were given a check worth $1100 to support their families. Newsom said that the government will keep a close eye on the development. 

Gavin Newsom did not rule out the possibility of another covid scare. He stated that there were chances of another new variant of covid wrecking havoc.

He said that California will not withdraw the mask mandates any sooner. Neither will the government withdraw any of the covid protocols. 

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