Sunday, August 8, 2021
“Gifts” for many who have not been vaccinated
Fuci is afraid of worse variations than Delta
The United States is approaching the peak of a new corona wave. U.S. health expert Fouzi warns that this could lead to the development of new, potentially dangerous virus strains. The only preventive vaccines.
U.S. health expert Anthony Fossy warns that a new, more dangerous variant of the corona virus could develop if the highly contagious delta variant does not spread. Fuci told NBC: “If you allow the virus to spread freely and do not try to prevent it, sooner or later you have a chance to get another variant … … delta.”
Fauci argued that if the virus spreads and becomes more contagious, there is a risk that eventually a variant will develop, against which current vaccines – unlike delta – provide no protection. The epidemic must be brought under control, the chief immunologist and presidential adviser warned. The best way to do this is to get vaccinated. Vaccination requirements at the local level may be helpful.
Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, an American research organization, warned that vaccine requirements could make a difference. He told the ABC that the country was now paying a “terrible price” for leaving so many people unvaccinated. Considerations for making large-scale vaccinations mandatory have been the subject of heated political controversy in the United States.
59 percent of U.S. citizens were vaccinated
As the delta variant spreads, the number of new corona infections in the United States has risen sharply again – an average of about 100,000 cases over seven days. The situation is particularly tense in countries with low vaccination rates. In the second half of June, the seven-day average averaged 11,000 new cases per day. The United States reported an average of 100,000 new infections each day in February.
According to the U.S. Health Commission CDC, a good half of the total population is now fully vaccinated. Nearly 59 percent of all citizens have received at least one vaccine. After a rapid pace, the vaccine campaign is now slowly advancing in view of widespread suspicion among the population. U.S. President Joe Biden and high-ranking government officials are increasingly urging people to get vaccinated.
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