There have been all kinds of gloomy news about the novel coronavirus all over the media for almost two years now. While experts art struggling to find more viable covid cures, a prestigious doctor drops a gloomy prediction. Check it out below.
Expert reveals terrifying covid 19 prediction
A recent article on Yahoo Finance notes that President Joe Biden has recently addressed the country’s progress in the fight against covid 19 this week as new cases decline and vaccination rates rise.
On the other hand, it is also important to note the fact that despite the recent progress, health officials are warning that the pandemic is far from over, even with the Delta variant in retreat.
More and more experts are saying Americans should brace for another wave this winter.
“It’s just a matter of time before we have another surge.”
This is what Dr. Murtaza Akhter, University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix Emergency Physician told Yahoo Finance Live in an interview.
“My concern is with the holidays coming up, we know people will congregate. They did last year and they’re definitely going to do it again this year,” he added.
He continued and revealed the following:
“Last summer,I thought we would have beaten this by now. It’s crazy that it’s still here,” Dr. Akhter added. “If you look at the numbers in certain states and nationally, we’re better than before but not even quite at the level that we were at before the surge we had in the summer.”
Coronavirus in the news
The novel coronavirus has been making lots of headlines all over the place lately. And most of the time it’s related to the vaccines and the fact that some experts want to make them mandatory.
The other day, we revealed that Covid Pass is becoming mandatory in more and more places, which triggers a lot of criticism from some people. For instance, Italy is on fire these days, metaphorically speaking.
CNN just reported the following:
“Anyone who is on a payroll — in the public or private sector — must have a ‘green pass’ with a QR code as proof of either full vaccination, recent recovery from infection or a negative test within the previous 48 hours.”
Stay tuned for more relevant news, and make sure to stay safe.