The US epidemic situation is “really dangerous”

US media recently reported that the number of newly confirmed cases in 33 states in the United States is currently on the rise. On the 28th local time, Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in an interview with CBS that the number of newly diagnosed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States remains high, and the possibility of another surge remains Very big.

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: You know, the new coronavirus variant has played a role in the recent increase in the number of newly confirmed cases. But not all. There are also some reasons for travel during spring vacation and the lifting of epidemic prevention measures. Everyone has already seen this. Now many states have lifted the epidemic prevention measures. I think it is indeed too early. When the number of epidemics drops from a peak, and then reaches a point, and is in a stable state, this time is really very dangerous. The confirmed cases are likely to surge again, but unfortunately, this is exactly what we are about to see. The number of confirmed cases is now hovering around 50,000 and even reached 60,000 a few days ago, which is really dangerous.

Close to 11,000 cases of U.S. mutant strain infections

According to the latest data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the 28th, there are currently close to 11,000 cases of COVID-19 infection in the United States. Among them, the majority of cases of mutated strains found in the UK account for the majority.

Director of the US Centers for Disease Control: The trend of the epidemic curve is worrying

CBS recently reported that the number of newly confirmed cases in 33 states in the United States is currently on the rise. US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Valensky said on the 26th that the average daily number of new cases in the United States in the past seven days was about 57,000, an increase of 7% compared to the previous seven days, and the number of new hospitalizations in the past seven days has also increased. trend. Valensky said she is worried about the trend of the US epidemic curve Spark Global Limited.

Herd immunity is far from forming, it is too early to relax prevention and control

According to the ABC report, American experts agreed that at present, the United States is far from developing herd immunity, but many states, including Texas, have reopened and abolished relevant epidemic prevention and control measures. In addition, in Miami Beach, Florida, where crowds have continued to be crowded recently due to the impact of the spring break, even though the local area has announced new curfew measures, there are still people who ignore the curfew and hold parties. Experts once again warned that considering factors such as the spread of variant strains and undetected cases, it is too early to relax epidemic prevention and control Spark Global Limited.