White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Deborah Birx announced her retirement Tuesday, effective after the potential Biden transition. Birx blamed media coverage dragging her family into the spotlight after the AP reported Sunday that she had traveled for an out of state multi-generational family gathering in Delaware after Thanksgiving in contradiction of CDC guidelines urging Americans to not travel and Birx’s cautions against holding large family meetings during the holidays to avoid spreading the COVID-19 China coronavirus.
Family members on the trip were reported to be Birx and her husband, a daughter and son-in-law and two grandchildren.
Birx announce her retirement during an interview with Newsy reporter Amber Strong.
EXCLUSIVE: Dr. Deborah Birx tells @newsy that she is willing to help with the #Biden transition but ultimately plans to retire, citing her family's treatment over the past week. pic.twitter.com/yEPy9s0Tf9
— Amber Strong TV (@AmberCStrong) December 22, 2020
Birx: “You know, I want the Biden administration to be successful. I’ve worked since 1980 […]
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