The Delta variant has been spreading rapidly in the US and some hotspots are already seeing climbing cases. It’s been also revealed that an expert warned that a surprising amount of Covid 19 deaths could follow.
Analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner said, come from five hotspots: Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri and Nevada. Check out what Reiner said.
It’s been also revealed that at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri, 91% of ICU patients are on ventilators and many are in their 20s, 30s and 40s, Chief Administrative Officer Erik Frederick told CNN Saturday, according to CNN.
That is especially concerning, he said, because at the peak last year there were only 40 to 50% of ICU patients on ventilators. Check out what Reiner said more.
“We will start to see an increase in mortality in this country.”
What is particularly frustrating for many experts, Reiner said, is that the deaths are “completely avoidable” now that vaccines are available.
Check out the complete article posted by CNN in order to learn the available details about the issue.
Some vaccinated people are dying from Covid
Not too long ago, we were revealing that CNN Health revealed that two Americas are emerging: One of them is protected by vaccines, and the other still vulnerable to infection.
It’s also important to note the fact that experts say progress made across the entire US is being threatened by low-vaccinated regions.
Fox News notes that almost half of the country’s recent COVID-19 deaths are of people who have been vaccinated. But doctors and scientists aren’t sounding the alarm about the apparently high proportion of deaths among the vaccinated population.
The novel coronavirus changed our lives for good. While at the beginning of the pandemic, people believe that in a couple of months, life would go back to normal, things were not like this at all.
More than a year and a half passed and humanity is still struggling with the virus. Check out our previous article in order to learn more details.