Scientists are increasingly convinced that as far as the coronavirus is concerned, the United States will not be “herd immunity” and that there will be new outbreaks in the foreseeable future, but the threat to the public is getting smaller and smaller.
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“The New York Times” reported that the reason is that the mutation rate of this virus is faster than the rate of vaccination. Rustom Antia, an evolutionary biologist at Emory University, told the paper that the virus is “unlikely to disappear.”
He said: “But we want to do everything possible to check whether it will become a mild infection.”
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Cattle immunization cannot immunize anyone, and the epidemic will still break out. This means that the virus no longer jumps easily from person to person, thus helping to protect those who are still vulnerable to the virus.
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Although many experts say that the threshold for coronavirus is 70% or higher, no one can determine what the threshold for immunity to coronavirus is.
The country’s leading disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said: “People are beginning to feel confused and think that unless such a mysterious level of immunity of the herd is reached, no matter what the number is, you will not reduce the chance of infection. I It means: Please forget one second. If you vaccinate enough people, the infection will decrease.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report