अमेरिका का विपक्ष अब टीका विरोधियों के साथ, कनाडा ने कहा आंतरिक मामलों में दखल

Several U.S. states — including New york, New Jersey, California, Connecticut, Delaware and Oregon — have started rolling back mask mandates.
इनग्लैड आयरलैंड नीदर लैंड,
Italy is dropping its outdoor mask mandate as cases decline.
इनमें से ज्यादातर जगहों पर ग्रीन पास खत्म कर दिया गया है और मास्क की अनिवार्यता खत्म हो गई है
नार्वे ने देर रात तक शराब सरव करने पर रोक हटा दी है
बाहर से आने वालों को टेस्ट नहीं करवाना होगा.
सोशल डिस्टेंसिंग खत्म कर दी गई है

Johnson & Johnson temporarily halted production of its Covid vaccine, the preferred choice for much of the developing world, to make a potentially more
A recent Yahoo News/YouGov survey found that 46 percent of respondents thought Americans should “learn to live with” the pandemic “and get back to normal,”

A Republican firm, Echelon Insights, had similar findings, reporting that

55 percent of voters thought Covid-19 should be “treated as an endemic disease that will never fully go away,” like the flu,

while 38 percent said it should be “treated as a public health emergency.”

70 percent of Americans agreed with the statement that “it’s time we accept Covid is here to stay and we just need to get on with our lives”

in a recent poll by Monmouth University. Support for vaccine mandates dropped to 43 percent from 53 percent in September, and
support for masking and social-distancing guidelines dropped to 52 percent from 63 percent over the same period.

A recent Yahoo News/YouGov survey found that 46 percent of respondents thought Americans should “learn to live with” the pandemic and “get back to normal.” By contrast, 43 percent thought “we need to do more to vaccinate, wear masks and test.”

A Republican firm, Echelon Insights, found that 55 percent of voters thought Covid-19 should be “treated as an endemic disease that will never fully go away,” like the flu, while 38 percent said it should be “treated as a public health emergency.”

The Monmouth University survey also found that support for vaccine mandates dropped to 43 percent from 53 percent in September, and support for masking and social-distancing guidelines dropped to 52 percent from 63 percent over the same period.

People are still worried about the virus, with daily cases, hospitalizations and even deaths near record highs. But Nate notes that the larger worries about the virus have not translated into greater support for measures to stop its spread.