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‘safer At Home’ Still Makes Sense, Says Dr. Deborah Birx: ‘we Can Do Safer Public Spaces’

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The White House coronavirus response co-ordinator Dr. Deborah Birx has urged Americans to be “extra vigilant” by limiting their gatherings going into the Thanksgiving holiday and said that staying at home will make them safer from the coronavirus.

A month-long curfew banning all but essential gatherings in 41 counties in California between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. starts on Saturday, affecting more than 90 percent of the Sunshine State’s population.

When asked whether there was scientific evidence proving that curfews worked in curbing the spread of COVID, Birx told the Fox 11 podcast The Issue Is: “I don’t ever second guess the governor.”

“Governors know their unique situations in their states,” she said, “we are seeing significant spread throughout California and something needs to be done now.”

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