In the White House, people are seen laughing and smiling without masks
The atmosphere in the White House has once again come to life where people are seen laughing and smiling in the largest room without wearing a mask. A 94-year-old veteran, who received the Medal of Honor, was seen happily welcoming a visiting chief of state with a pompous ceremonial hand in hand and receiving a medal of honor to Vice President Kamala Harris. All this is due to the increasing availability of the Kovid-19 vaccine and the recent concession in federal guidelines on masks and social distance. More and more employees of the West Wing are returning to work and many more reporters will be seen doing so as the White House has given the message that vaccination can be returned to normalcy as before. There was apprehension about security and mixed messages, but these concerns have come to an end with photographs of the reopening of the White House and the relaxed atmosphere there. This is an indication of how the impact of the global epidemic in America is diminishing. We have returned, White House Press Secretary Jane Saki announced at the regular press conference. She said, I can confirm that we are warm and we like to come here.