(Washington, DC) -- The CDC's departing director appeared before a congressional committee to provide testimony on the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The House Oversight select subcommittee is examining the decisions made by federal authorities throughout the crisis, which have faced scrutiny. These decisions encompassed mask mandates, school closures, and vaccine requirements. Republican Committee Chair Brad Wenstrup strongly criticized the CDC's policies, stating that they have caused significant disruption to American society. Dr. Walensky is scheduled to conclude her tenure on June 30th. . .
CDC Director Testifies Before House Panel Regarding COVID Response