Dr. Anthony Fowzie has warned that the United States could be on the brink of a “troubled rise” in COVID cases as pilgrims leave their churches over Easter weekend and 1.6 million people fly.
The 25 species are debating whether to retain the “fourth wave” as cases increase again in 25 states. Many of them are fighting the deadly and highly transmissible B117 or UK variant.
Dr. Fowzie, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the nation could see a new “troublesome” spike after the Easter holidays.
He urged Americans to “stay there a little longer” and to avoid becoming indifferent to the fact that the country has been hit by the virus.
Speaking to CNN over the weekend, he said: “Yesterday, we had more than 60,000 new cases a day. It’s a nuisance.
“It simply came to our notice then. That is what is happening. Europe is heading for another troublesome upsurge.
“There is a danger of a resurrection. Another big climb. Therefore, do not declare an immature victory. Because we’re not there yet. ”
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Despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still advising against non-essential travel, about 1.6 million Americans have gone to the skies to see their family intermediaries for this Easter celebration. Packaged services have also been seen in many churches.
Despite the CDC’s advice, those who were vaccinated on Friday were given the green light to travel locally and abroad, which led to more tourists flying over this time of year.
Mark Howell, a spokesman for TSA, told Axios that the increase in numbers was mainly due to spring breaks coming to places like Florida.
Dr. Fowzie, meanwhile, urged the public not to take unnecessary risks and to remain vigilant as the virus continues to spread.
“This is not going to last forever,” he said. “Go down twice, and stay there a little longer. Vaccination of the people of this country will prevent the spread of the virus.
“The vaccine is gone. It will not be easy. I think we will have some success. ”
Dr. Fowzie reminded Americans that as more people are vaccinated, another increase will reduce the chance of conquest.
This week, the United States set a new record by administering more than four million doses of the corona virus vaccine in a single day.
Nevertheless, the incidence of COVID has increased in several states.
Government statistics show an increase of 25 states, with rates falling in only five states.
Overall, the U.S. reported an increase of 63,000 new daily patients – an increase of 17 percent over the previous week.
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In Michigan, the number of cases rose 52 percent last week, becoming the undisputed leader in the pack, and the infection rate has also risen in New York, Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Indiana.
Canada also reports an increase in viral cases
Trouble is also brewing north of Canada’s border, with a resurgence of the corona virus that is hitting more and more young people with disease and disrupting some health care systems.
With the release of 2,000 COVID-19 patients in British Columbia on Saturday evening, Canada has risen to more than a million since the outbreak began, broadcasters report.
The two most populous provinces, Ontario and Quebec, went to the Easter weekend, tightening public health measures.
Ontario, which accounts for more than a third of Canada’s patients, accelerated the limits for at least four weeks.
It fears that as more and more people travel across the U.S. state of Michigan and parts of Canada, and as the U.S. virus spreads, it will predict what will happen elsewhere in the United States.
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Variety and indifference in the UK Fuel-spreading viruses
Ali Mokdad, of the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), said the most easily transmitted B117 strain, found in Britain for the first time, contributed to the spread, but so did human behavior.
“The rise of B117 is continuing in the northern states of the United States and Canada. Increasing incidence of events in Michigan may be a sign of what is unfolding in other parts of the United States and Canada.
Despite widespread social telecommuting orders, a slow increase in vaccination rates and a decrease in mobility, the incidence and mortality in Europe is increasing.
On their return to the United States, some states are moving in the opposite direction, with seven state governors (Arkansas, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming) removing their masks.
Interestingly, three weeks after leaving the mask, Texas COVID patients have dropped to their lowest rate since last June – the eruption of “Neanderthal thinking” by US President Joe Biden.
Despite the reversal of the invasive vaccine in the United States, specialists are tired of overdoing the benefits of jabs.
Epidemiologist Dr. Dr. Eric Fiegel-Ding warned U.S. officials to relax the restrictions as soon as possible. Although Jab controls one-third of the population, Dr. Feigel-Ding is another example of the government enforcing another tight lock-up in the capital, Santiago.
“Chile has made a decisive mistake – its government has quickly eased restrictions on travel, business and schools, falsely believing the epidemic is over. This has always been my fear, ”he tweeted.
Some state governments have been criticized for “creating a sense that the plague is fundamentally over.”
“Basically, this sense of excitement and success will lead people to become more careless and equestrian in their personal behavior – which can lead to the spread of the virus among those who have not been identified and who have recently been given incomplete protection,” he wrote.
Leaders are urging people to get vaccinated
It comes as Mr Biden called on the public to get an Easter message with First Lady Jill Biden.
In the message, the president said: “The virus is not gone. Many of us still feel distant and lonely.
“We share the sentiments of Pope Francis, who has said that vaccination is a moral obligation. It can save your life and the lives of others.
“By getting vaccinated and encouraging your churches and your communities to be vaccinated, we can not only defeat this virus, but speed up the day when we can celebrate the holidays again.”
About 31 million people in the United States have been infected with COVID since the outbreak began. The death toll was 555,000.