Dr. Anthony Fookie predicts that COVID-19 deaths will begin to decrease this winter after a nationwide increase due to the Delta variant.
In an interview with Greta Van Sisterin on Sunday, the White House chief medical adviser was asked if he expected another wave of cases to come this winter. Hill reported.
“Fortunately, right now, over the last few weeks, we’ve seen a shift in the shield, both in terms of cases and hospitalization. Foki said.
“I strongly suspect that you are starting to see mortality drop as you enter hospitals. How fast they go down and how well they go down depends on a lot of conditions, which is cold weather. , People will be affected by things like working indoors.
Foucault urged Americans to wear masks in crowded places, whether they are vaccinated or outdoors.
He said, “When you have a lot of infections in the community, even though you are vaccinated, when you are not at home but in public in public settings, wearing masks, I think it’s a lot. Would be sensible. ”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says deaths have been on the decline for the past three weeks, dropping from a seven-day rolling average on September 15 to 1,418 on October 15.
United States Serious milestones reached 700,000 virus-related deaths earlier this month.