October 20, 2021

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COVID-19 | Dr Anthony Fauzi said the US was heading in the wrong direction

COVID-19 |  Dr Anthony Fauzi said the US was heading in the wrong direction

(Wilmington) A leading expert on the disease says that the United States is “unnecessarily distressed” by the new rise in COVID-19 that has refused to vaccinate and has fueled the virus variant delta. Countries with infectious diseases, dr Anthony Fauci.


“We’re going in the wrong direction,” he described himself as “very frustrated”.

He suggested that authorities look into the possibility of recommending that those who have been vaccinated wear face coverings. In addition, a third injection may be prescribed to those with a weakened immune system.r Fauci.

Passing the show State of the Union CNN Chief Medical Adviser President Joe Biden said he was involved in discussions about the masks.

Some local authorities with rising disease rates, such as Los Angeles County, have urged people to wear face shields regardless of immunity.

According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 163 million people, or 49% of the total population of the United States, are adequately vaccinated. Among those aged 12 and over, this number increases to 57%.

“This is basically an unrecognized problem. This is practically the reason we beg to be vaccinated,” the doctor said.r Fauci.

He said government experts were examining the first data about booster injection for those who were vaccinated. According to him, people who are very vulnerable, such as organ transplants and cancer patients, are more likely to recommend a booster injection.

The dr Fauzi also praised spokesman Steve Scalis for encouraging his constituencies to vaccinate, along with Republicans such as governors Asa Hutchinson and Ron Desantis. Their states have the lowest vaccination rate in the country.

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“What I really want to see is that the leaders of these vaccinophobic areas speak openly and encourage people to get vaccinated.”