NPR  |  February 3, 2023

KELLY: And just this week, the Biden administration informed Congress that it will formally end the national COVID public health emergency on May 11. While some people may be very happy to hear that, Lawrence Gostin, a professor of global health at Georgetown University, fears the announcement might cause some people to be apathetic about COVID.

LAWRENCE GOSTIN: What I worry about most is public messaging. When CDC now asks you to wear a mask or to get a booster, American eyes might roll, and that can’t be a good thing.

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