U.S. health officials believe that the coronavirus mutations that cause alertness in parts of the United States are no more likely to cause serous diseases or vaccine resistance than strains that torment people in the United States.
December 27, 2020 at 11:30 pm
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Washington-U.S. health officials believe that the coronavirus mutation that has caused alertness in parts of the United States is no more likely to cause severe illness or vaccine resistance than people tortured in the United States, but it must still be “taken very seriously. Experts said on Sunday.
Dr. Anthony Fauci approved the decision of US officials to require a negative test for COVID-1
9 before allowing Britons to enter the United States. He refused to weigh whether this step should be taken soon. He said that the mutant strain is something “to be followed very carefully.” “We are now studying it very carefully.”
He said: “Does this make someone sicker? In terms of virulence, is it a more serious virus? The answer is that it is not.” British officials told their American colleagues that the vaccine seems to have been launched Strong enough to deal with new variants, but Fauci said, “We will do our own research.”
Fauci said that the United States is in a critical period of the pandemic, and the worst may still continue. He predicts that by late March or early April, the general population will receive widespread immunization-front-line workers, the elderly and certain other members of the public will be vaccinated first.
Fauci talked about the “State of the Union Address” from CNN.