Vice President Mike Pence has said “it’s time to get our children back to school.” During Wednesday’s coronavirus task force briefing, he stated reopening schools is not only essential for students’ learning, but also their mental and physical health.
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White House trade adviser Peter Navarro weighed-in on wearing a mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In an interview Tuesday, the official said he uses a mask whenever he is in a situation when he cannot maintain appropriate social distance.
Vice President Mike Pence welcomed America’s newest citizens at a naturalization ceremony in D.C. this week. On Thursday, he offered his congratulations and praise for the 16 people from 12 different countries who are now official U.S. citizens.
Vice President Mike Pence traveled to Texas to meet with local leaders and discuss the growing concern surrounding COVID-19 in the state.
Vice President Mike Pence said while he is dedicated to improving the lives of black Americans, he cannot support the Black Lives Matter (BLM) organization.
Democrats have called on the White House to take a stricter stance in the fight against the novel coronavirus. They are now demanding a nationwide mandate on masks.
Vice President Mike Pence has called on Americans to hold fast to their faith during these trying times. While speaking at First Baptist Dallas Church in Texas this week, Pence quoted the president by saying “faith and family is the true way of life, not government and bureaucracy.”
The vice president has defended President Trump’s decision to hold in-person rallies amid the pandemic. On Friday, Mike Pence stated that the president’s supporters have a constitutional right to assemble for his rallies.
Despite the recent rise in virus cases, Vice President Mike Pence confirmed COVID-19 fatalities are declining all across the country. During Friday’s task force briefing, he said only 5% of virus patients are being hospitalized for coronavirus symptoms, compared to 15% at the peak of the pandemic.