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On Friday, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, who was serving as the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), handed in her resignation to the Biden administration. Her final day on the job is slated for the 30th of June.

She did not give a precise explanation for her departure; however, she did mention that the COVID-19 epidemic was coming to an end, which gave her time to make a transfer. It is currently unknown who will take over the leadership of the agency once she has left.

According to The Washington Post, White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients had reportedly grown problems with Walensky and had met with her earlier this year to discuss her future in the administration. Walensky was reportedly concerned about her position in the government. On the other hand, the White House of Vice President Joe Biden issued a statement commending Walensky for her efforts and adding that "she leaves CDC a stronger institution, better positioned to confront health threats and protect Americans."

Walensky oversaw the distribution of nearly 670 million vaccine doses and provided clinical counseling on immunization while she was in charge of the agency during the COVID-19 pandemic that occurred during her tenure as director. However, she was also accused of giving the public a skewed representation of scientific knowledge, in a manner comparable to that of Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Reactions to Walensky's Departure Have Been Mixed

A number of Walensky's detractors were quick to express their joy at the news of her departure. Sasha Latypova, who referred to Walensky as "a co-conspirator behind the deployment of bio-chemical weapons on the Americans and global populations," posted the "good news" on her Substack. Latypova made this claim after describing Walensky as "a co-conspirator." Dr. Simon Goddek of the Netherlands also offered his thoughts on Walensky's leaving, although he refrained from providing his assessment of her time spent working for the CDC.

However, Laura Bono, acting president of Children's Health Defense, condemned Walensky's acceptance of "draconian pandemic measures" for schools and companies, noting that these measures were not founded on science and will have long-lasting implications. Bono is critical of Walensky's stance because she believes that Walensky's stance will lead to an increase in the spread of the influenza virus.


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