Low Business And Polling Linked To Pandemic – Covid 19

Nikki Attkisson | Last Updated : November 29, 2021

Even though covid 19 has caused unimaginable damage all around the world which includes business and private life many of them are now getting back to their feet. Similar is the story with US campaign leader Biden wherein the White House states that all the inflation and low polling numbers are due to the covid 19 pandemic.

Low Business And Polling Linked To Pandemic – Covid 19

Biden team is hoping to recreate his polling numbers stating that the endemic is near and this will help him rise for the future elections. However, many experts believe that the covid pandemic will have long-lasting effects on the polling number as the last summer wave was one of the darkest days in American history. As the White House made its amends with the Delta wave a new variant has emerged which is making it really hard for the business and political campaigns as well. 

Low Business And Polling Linked To Pandemic - Covid 19

Even though the latest variant has not made its appearance in the US, people are terrified and experts say that this will hit the economy badly. America was seeing the economy growing in the past few weeks wherein the hospitalization and death rate had reduced significantly. Another roadblock for the administration is few people resist getting vaccinated. This will slow down the pace at which the economy should spring back up.

Biden administration stated that the vaccine mandate was not just for saving people`s lives but also for boosting the economical status of the country. If more people are healthy and immune to the virus, they will go out more and work and boost the economy faster.

When asked to Jen Psaki the White House secretary as to why the Americans are still not sure about the rising economy she responded by stating that the numbers alone won’t account for anything. People are still afraid of sending their kids to school or getting them vaccinated. Also, the rising fuel prices also make it hard for people to trust that the American economy is improving.

On Friday the new variant news reached America and many people fear that there might be a new lockdown coming in the next few weeks. However, the White House spokesman stated that the new variant has not reached America and all efforts are made at the airport and other checkpoints to stop it from coming into the country. He also stated that no decision has been made on the lockdown as scientists are still trying to see if the vaccine can hold back the new variant as well. 

Many people within the government stated that the policies and approval for the booster shots took a long time which will have a negative impact on the country as well. It has been observed that the people who took the vaccine are seeing the efficacy to wear out and this has caused another widespread panic. Booster shots are now being sent out to every corner of the country by all means necessary along with the kid’s vaccine.

Many people stated that America did not have a strong leader since Obama as Trump and Biden are too slow on the approval process and that has greatly affected the economy of the US. Another set of people believes that if the pandemic is over the economy will swing up with Biden as the acting President.

As per an online poll, as many as 54% believe that Biden is doing a good job in containing the coronavirus and allocating the right resources to all those in need. However, the White House is still fixated on blaming the pandemic for all its losses.

Nikki Attkisson

With over 15 years as a practicing journalist, Nikki Attkisson found herself at Powdersville Post now after working at several other publications. She is an award-winning journalist with an entrepreneurial spirit and worked as a journalist covering technology, innovation, environmental issues, politics, health etc. Nikki Attkisson has also worked on product development, content strategy, and editorial management for numerous media companies. She began her career at local news stations and worked as a reporter in national newspapers.

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