Biden jokes with a reporter asking him why he wears a mask ‘so often’

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Snippy Biden tells reporter ‘I’m worried about you’ when asked why he wears a mask ‘so often’ then puts on a face cover AGAIN to fly to Camp David for the weekend

  • Biden, who received the first dose of the Pfizer shot on live television in December, had walked onstage wearing his mask, but removed it
  • The press conference, in the East Room of the White House, covered the April jobs report
  • During the briefing, Biden was asked why he chooses to wear a mask ‘so often’
  • Biden replied, ‘Because I’m worried about you’
  • He paused to take effect before telling the press it was a joke
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines note that masks should be worn when someone is in a public setting

Joe Biden joked with a reporter on Friday when the fully vaccinated president was asked why he keeps wearing a mask “ so often ” before putting on his mask outside to fly back to Camp David for the weekend.

Biden, who received the first dose of the Pfizer shot on live television in December, had walked up to the stage with his mask on, but took it off to briefing on April’s jobs report in the East Room of London. the White House.

‘You walked onto the stage with your mask on. Why do you choose to wear a mask so often when you’ve been vaccinated and you’re around other vaccinated people, ‘the reporter asked.

Biden replied, “Because I’m worried about you.”

Joe Biden joked with a reporter on Friday when the fully vaccinated president was asked why he still wears a mask 'so often'

Joe Biden joked with a reporter on Friday when the fully vaccinated president was asked why he still wears a mask ‘so often’

Biden later put on his mask outside to fly back to Camp David for the weekend

Biden later put on his mask outside to fly back to Camp David for the weekend

President Joe Biden waves as he walks to Marine One for a departure from the Ellipse, south of the White House

President Joe Biden waves as he walks to Marine One for a departure from the Ellipse, south of the White House

The president made his first trip to Camp David in mid-February and revisited the retreat in mid-March.  He then spent the Easter holidays at Camp David with Jill Biden in mid-April

The president made his first trip to Camp David in mid-February and revisited the retreat in mid-March. He then spent the Easter holidays at Camp David with Jill Biden in mid-April

The president paused to take effect before telling the press it was a joke.

‘No, that’s a joke. It is a joke. Why am I wearing the mask? Because when we are inside, it is still a good policy to wear the mask. That’s why, ”Biden said.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines Keep in mind that masks should always be worn when someone is in a public area.

“In public areas indoors, the vaccination status of other people or whether they are at increased risk for severe COVID-19 is likely unknown,” the CDC said.

“That’s why fully vaccinated people should continue to wear a mask that fits snugly to the sides of your face and has no openings, cover coughs and sneezes, wash hands often, and follow all applicable workplace or school guidelines.”

The guidelines note that fully vaccinated people “can get together or engage in activities outside without wearing a mask, except in certain busy environments and locations.”

Biden was then depicted wearing his mask again waving to the press as he prepared to board the Marine One helicopter to Camp David, the president’s country retreat about 62 miles north of the White House.

The president made his first trip to Camp David in mid-February and revisited the retreat in mid-March. He then spent the Easter holidays at Camp David with First Lady Jill Biden in mid-April.

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