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Reopening indoor dining is a ‘reckless decision,’ virologist says


Reopening indoor dining is “an extraordinarily reckless and premature decision” as new, more infectious variants of the coronavirus spread in the U.S., virologist Angela Rasmussen told CNBC Friday.

Indoor dining resumed at a limited capacity in New York and Portland, Oregon, on Friday.

“While I appreciate the economic importance of opening businesses back up and while cases are on the decline, we have new variants that are circulating that are more transmissible,” Rasmussen said on CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith.”

Rasmussen, a virologist at Georgetown University’s Center for Global Health Science and Security, said the United Kingdom relaxed Covid restrictions early last December….


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