CDC director: no pressure to restart schools

Despite Trump’s frequent requests to restart schools recently, rodfield, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention, said on the 13th local time that the work of getting students back on campus should not be “too hasty.”. Rodfield stressed that schools need to put into practice safely and carefully according to their own actual situation. He warned that this fall, with the repeated flu season, the United States will face a rather severe public health situation, and schools should not feel pressure to restart because of the CDC or the White House, but should act according to the guidance.