The president also sought to address the nation’s battered psyche, telling anxious Americans that “we should all be concerned about Omicron, but not panicked.”
The president's speech Tuesday afternoon will outline next steps to fight the rise in coronavirus infections.
The initiatives come as Omicron blankets the U.S. and amount to a redeployment of emergency defenses seen last year.
The single remaining monoclonal antibody therapy effective against the variant is now in short supply in the U.S., imperiling an option that doctors and hospitals have relied on.
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