Covid 19 vaccines have become an important subject in the media for a long time now.
They are surrounded by all kinds of controversies and things don’t seem to be changing any time soon, at least not for the better.
Vaccinating more people is a necessity, Fauci Says
CNN just noted that the vaccines are protecting more than half of the US population from the current strains.
If too few people are getting vaccinated, the virus will be allowed to continue to spread, dr Anthony Fauci said.
“Then all of us who are protected against delta may not be protected against zaida (zeta),” the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said in a Q&A with USA Today published Sunday.
He also made sure to point out the fact that if an overwhelming majority of the population is vaccinated this means that the virus will disappear in the country, according to Fauci’s opinion.
On the other hand, he reportedly continued and said that having just a partially vaccinated population means that the smouldering levels of infection “carry into the fall, be confused as the flu in the winter and pick back up in the spring,” Fauci told USA Today.
More circulation means more variants
If the rest of the world is not vaccinated over the next couple of years, more circulation could mean more variants.
States are struggling more and more to fend off the Delta variant which is a strain that’s believed to be the most transmissible than others.
“There comes a time when you’re dealing with the public health crisis that could involve you, your family and everyone else, that something supersedes that need to do what you need to do.”
This is what expert Anthony Fauci said not too long ago.
The expert said that “You’re going to be able to do that in the future, but let’s get this pandemic under control before we start acting like nothing is going on. Something bad is going on. We’ve got to realize that.”
Recently, we also revealed that India Today online publication noted that Fauci said this past Sunday that more “pain and suffering” is on the horizon as Covid-19 cases climb again and officials plead with unvaccinated Americans to get their shots.