Tech problems kick off Biden administration's first virtual Covid briefing

Die eerste Covid-19 briefing of the Biden administration got off to an unfortunate start on Wednesday with multiple technical difficulties. The administration has repeatedly touted their transparency amid the enormous undertaking of getting the pandemic under control, but the briefing, which was conducted virtually via Zoom, had multiple audiovisual issues.

As Covid-19 chief Jeff Zients began the call, his audio was intermittently audible.
Amerikaanse sentrums vir siektebeheer en -voorkoming, direkteur Dr.. Rochelle Walensky also had issues with her line on mute.
Rochelle? Rochelle?” someone off-camera asked.
    Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke for nearly a full minute while on mute, at which point the audio came on and he was informed of the issue.
    “OK, so in other words, nobody has heard anything from me? Is that correct? A lot of really good stuff,” Fauci gesê, as he went on to repeat himself with his microphone on.
    The briefing did include an updated US coronavirus death forecast from Walensky, who said the CDC’s ensemble forecast now projects there will be 479,000 aan 514,000 deaths by February 20.
    Unlike some individual models, the CDC’s ensemble forecast only offers projections a few weeks into the future. The previous ensemble forecast, published January 20, projected up to 508,000 coronavirus deaths by February 13.
      Ten minste 425,406 people have already died from Covid-19 in the United States, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
      Hierdie storie is besig om te breek en sal opgedateer word.

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