The U.S. economic slowdown is likely to continue as more restrictive measures are introduced to control the new epidemic, and Americans will have to learn to “live with the virus” for the rest of the year, three Fed policy makers said on the 12th. At an online event organized by the south bank chamber of Commerce in Massachusetts, Rosenberg, chairman of the Boston Federal Reserve Bank, said consumer spending may remain weak compared to the past, as people avoid activities that require a lot of social interaction for health reasons. “Forecasts for the US economy this fall are quite uncertain, but my view is that the recent slowdown in economic activity that we see in high-frequency data is likely to continue,” Rosenberg said < p > < p > in a live online discussion with the Las Vegas economic club, Mary Daly, chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, also lowered her forecast. Daley said the economic recovery will be slow and gradual, depending on the progress of the epidemic, and she does not expect a V-shaped recovery. In an online live broadcast of the Lubbock chamber of Commerce in Texas, he said Americans need to learn to “live with the virus” and use safety measures such as masks so that the economy can remain open.