Full vaccination will be mandatory for people coming from across the border in the US

Full vaccination will be mandatory for people coming from across the border in the US

Washington: US President Joe Biden may make full vaccination mandatory for all cross-border people, including truck drivers, government and emergency service officials, and this rule can go into effect on January 22. The Biden administration can make an announcement in this regard soon.

A senior administration official said the rule was considered by the White House in October. This rule will be for the people coming across the land border of the country. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the AP that even those employed in essential services coming by boats must be fully vaccinated.

These rules pertain to those who are not citizens of the United States. US citizens and permanent residents can enter the country according to the guidelines issued earlier. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 47 million adults in the US have not yet received anti-Covid-19 vaccines.

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Gita Gopinath will be the first deputy managing director of IMF, will take over important responsibility on January 21

Gita Gopinath will be the first deputy managing director of IMF, will take over important responsibility on January 21

Big news has come out about Gita Gopinath, the Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund. Along with giving promotion to Geeta Gopinath, the responsibility of an important post has been entrusted. After this, Geeta will now be seen in a special role in this institution. Indian-origin Gita Gopinath has been made the first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Geeta will now play the role of number two in the IMF. Which is also a big achievement for India.

Actually, Indian talent is continuously waving its flag all over the world. This achievement of Geeta Gopinath is also an important part of this episode.

First was preparing to leave the IMF
was being said Gita Gopinath, who made the first mind to leave the IMF. She was considering going to Harvard University again from the next year to pursue her academic work. However, in the meantime, the IMF handed over the important responsibility to Gita Gopinath. Now Geeta will continue her services in this institution.

Geoffrey Okamoto will be replaced by
Geeta Gopinath, who will take charge on January 21, 2022. Earlier, Geoffrey Okamoto was holding the post of Deputy Managing Director of the IMF. Okamoto will step down in January 2022. After this Geeta will occupy this high position.

Gita
Geeta Gopinath, who was the Chief Economist for 3 years, has been associated with the International Monetary Fund organization for the last three years. She was working here as the Chief Economist. According to the organization, Geeta's tenure so far has been very good. This is the reason why IMF has occupied the number two position considering his work and ability.

This achievement is what she said Gita
said received IMF about the achievement Gita Gopinath that they are quite happy to become the next FDMD (First Deputy Managing Director). Geeta said- In the last 3 years, I have got the experience of closely watching the working of the IMF. It is heartening to see that our work has had a positive impact on economies and people around the world.

Gita has a special relationship
with India Geeta Gopinath has a special relationship with India. Because Geeta was born in the city of Mysore in the southern state of India. Geeta's father T.V. Gopinath is a farmer and entrepreneur from Kannur district of Kerala. For higher education, Geeta moved to the capital Delhi. Geeta completed her graduation in economics in the year 1992 from Shri Ram College here.
After this Geeta did her Master's in Economics from Delhi School of Economics. After completing this, Geeta turned to America. Here at the University of Washington, he did his PhD at Princeton University. At present, Geeta Gopinath is a resident of America.

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