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South Lawn  •  Washington D.C.  •  July 30  •  6:15 P.M. EDT

    Q:  Mr. President, do you want to open travel with Cuba again? Do you want to open travel with Cuba, Mr. President?

    THE PRESIDENT: I just had a long —

    Q:  Mr. President, do you have plans to invite Polish President to the White House?

    THE PRESIDENT: Pardon me?

    Q:  Do you have a plan to invite Polish President to the White House? Polish President.

    THE PRESIDENT: The Polish President?

    Q:  Yes.

    THE PRESIDENT: No I haven't yet.

    Q:  Should Americans expect more — should Americans expect more guidelines coming up, more restrictions because of COVID?

    THE PRESIDENT: In all probability. And, by the way, we had a good day yesterday, almost a million people got vaccinated. About half a million of those people for the first time — for the second shot. And so, I'm hopeful that people are beginning to realize how essential it is to do.

    Q:  Mr. President, you had talks with Russia in Geneva on arms control. Are you satisfied with those talks — how those went?

    THE PRESIDENT: They're in process, and I'm hopeful.

    Thank you.

END  •  6:17 P.M. EDT



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