There’s a lack of vaccination in some locations around the world these days and Dr. Anthony Fauci has something to say about this.
USA Today notes that forty-two states saw an increase in COVID-19 cases last week from the week before, a sign that the pandemic is not yet over in the United States.
“Only Alaska, Delaware, Iowa, Maine, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota and West Virginia saw a decline in cases from the previous week over the seven-day period that ended Saturday,” the same online publication notes.
They also reported the fact that the rate of vaccinations has slowed, and less than half of all Americans, 47.9%, are fully vaccinated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Fauci recently said it was “horrifying” to see people at the Conservative Political Action Conference cheering because the government has not been able to get more of the country vaccinated.
“They are cheering about someone saying that it’s a good thing for people not to try and save their lives. It’s almost frightening.”
Delta covid strain enters California
The other day, we revealed that during the COVID-19 briefing yesterday, Gavin Newsom, Governor of California, declared that the Delta strain is now predominant in the Sunshine State.
He also declared that the number of infected people would continue to increase, and the statistics show the same thing. The number of recorded infected cases was 1,4000 on the 8th of July, and this did not happen since May.
Next covid 19 risk is exposed
The other day, we revealed that a 90-year-old woman died after becoming infected with two different strains of Covid-19 – this event revealed another risk in the fight against the disease, Belgian researchers found as noted by Bloomberg.
Bloomberg notes that in the first peer-reviewed analysis of infection with multiple strains, experts found the woman had contracted both the alpha variant, which first surfaced in the U.K., and the beta strain, first found in South Africa.
“The infections probably came from separate people, according to a report published Saturday and presented at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases.”