The health situation in the United States continues to deteriorate as COVID-19 infections increase due to delta variation and stagnant vaccine.
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Dr. Julian J., a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital. Kawanak said, “Especially in South America, the epidemic is not under control again. In a week, we went from 75,000 to 80,000 cases a day, and I fear this rate (…) will reach 150,000-200,000 cases a day again in the coming weeks.
According to the doctor, the strong epidemic of delta variability is the main reason for this new rise.
He says the increase in cases could mean more hospital admissions and more deaths.
When the vaccination campaign started in April, we would have to continue at the best pace we started. We get more than 4 million injections a day, ”says Dr. Kavanagh.
Thus, the United States can calculate a combined immunity, where about 80% of the population received two doses to counteract the delta.
Most step Recent data From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), only 49.5% of Americans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In addition, 57.5% of those receiving a single dose of the vaccine.
Dr. Julian J. According to Kawanak, the vaccine has been successful for people over 65, with 80% of its population fully vaccinated, but it is crashing among younger people.
But above all, the doctor regrets that the political aspect was invited to the dance.
Unfortunately, we see political infiltration in this vaccine campaign and the conservative movement coming to reject the vaccine. You can feel it on the ground, ”he says.
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