Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, recognized her agency’s poor message in recent weeks, as the Omicron variant’s prevalence in the United States continues to rise.
She stated they will aim for improvements in the nearest future.
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In an exclusive interview with the Wall Street Journal, Rochelle Walensky said that she could have conveyed key information to the American people more effectively during her first year as head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “She claims that the epidemic gave her a curveball that she should have seen coming. She believes she should have made it obvious to the public that the new regulations and guidelines were susceptible to change if the nature of the struggle against Covid-19 changed once again, as she believes it did.”
“I believe what I have not expressed is the uncertainty that exists in a lot of these scenarios,” Walensky said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.
The Journal went on to say, “During the epidemic, she added, tens of thousands of institutions improved their computerized record-keeping systems, with some of the funds coming from the federal government. Dr. Walensky believes that there is still a long way to go. The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, a non-profit organization, has estimated that modernizing public-health data infrastructure for the federal government and 3,050 state and local health agencies will cost around $30 billion over a ten-year period.”
“This is not the end of the story for COVID… Clearly, this is not a one-and-done endeavor “Walensky went on to say more.