President Trump says he won't mandate wearing masks; to leave it up to state governors
President Donald Trump says he won't mandate the wearing of masks and will leave the issue up to state governors during an interview on FOX News Sunday.
Some states are seeing a spike in coronavirus cases as the mask debate continues to grow around the country. The head of the CDC, Dr. Robert Redfield, says if everyone would wear a mask for four to six weeks - the spread could be better controlled.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says wearing a mask could prevent the need to fully lock down.
Dr. Fred Davis, of the Long Island Jewish Medical Center, says the effectiveness of masks have been proven. Jason Schaefer, of Jericho, says wearing masks isn't about protecting yourself - it's about protecting others.