Three years later…
Joe Biden on Monday signed a GOP-proposed bill to officially end the US’s Covid national emergency.
The Biden administration already plans to end the Covid national emergency by May 11.
Last month the Senate voted 68 to 23 to end the Covid emergency.
The House has already passed the resolution 229-197.
The law ends Title 42, a Trump-era policy that barred aliens seeking asylum from crossing the US border.
“The new law immediately creates a national emergency and a public health emergency first implemented under the Trump administration and continued through the Biden administration. Former President Donald Trump first declared a national emergency over the virus on March 13, 2020, dating back to March 1 of the same year. Such as testing and vaccination centers The declarations allowed cities and states to free up federal funding for the issues, CBS News reported.