(CNN)The White House's public tour will be fully operational on July 19th for the first time since it was suspended in 2020. Resume. The White House announced on Monday about theCovid-19 pandemic.
The White House exclusive tourresumed on Friday and Saturday earlier this year, but will be available from Tuesday to Saturday from 8am to 12:30 pm. Complete operational schedule, excluding ET and federal holidays. Tours are generally free and can be scheduled through the MPs' office.
The White House states that it will continue to monitor Covid-19 and operate under the guidance provided by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Currently, no face mask is required for the tour. Anyone who has a positive Covid-19 test, is symptomatic, or has been exposed to the virus within 10 days of the scheduled tour is told to stay at home.
The White House has hosted several major events at the White House in recent months after failing to do much of President Joe Biden's first year in office. President and First Lady Jill Biden to the White House South Lawn in April due to the previously canceled annual holiday traditionEaster Egg RollWe welcomed the guest . Two years for a pandemic. The White House also hosted a free spring garden tour this year.
The Biden administration is moving the country to a new stage of a pandemic that has less impact on Americans' daily lives.
Significant progress in the US fight against Covid-19 began earlier this month when the US Food and Drug Administration expanded theEmergency Use Authorizationfor Moderna and Pfizer / BioNTech. happened. Covid-19 vaccine containing a 6 month old child. Currently, the Moderna vaccine is approved for children aged 6 months to 17 years, and the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine is approved for children aged 6 months to 4 years. Currently, about 17 million children under the age of 5 are eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine.