Dr. Anthony Fookie warned on Sunday that the United States was heading in the “wrong direction” as the number of unmanned Cowboys 19 increased across the country.
“I’m not sure it’s going to be the worst case scenario, but it’s not going to be the best. We’re going in the wrong direction.” Said on CNN’s “State of the Union”“When asked about a model that predicts that if the polio vaccine does not improve one day, there could be 4,000 virus-related deaths in the country,” he said.
Foki said the curves offered to the model in the country are “breakable”, especially vaccines, which have been shown to be effective against severe disease.
“We don’t have 50 per cent of the country fully vaccinated. This is a problem, especially when you have delta-like hair, in which it is an unusual feature that it varies from person to person. Can spread very effectively and easily.
He added, “If we don’t vaccinate people, the model will predict that when we have more and more cases, we get into trouble.
The number of new seven-day COVID cases in the United States rose by an average of 53 percent compared to the previous week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.
Currently, about 5.99.5 percent of COVID-19 deaths and 97 percent of hospital admissions are among unsafe Americans, health officials said.
“It’s basically a problem for non-professionals, that’s why we’re practically asking non-professionals there to go out and get vaccinated against polio,” Foki said.