White House coronavirus The task force warned that it might spread more Coronavirus disease A variant that evolved in the United States.
According to a report obtained by the US media, the task force issued a report to the states on January 3rd. In addition to the variant found in the UK, the new strain has spread in the community, and the possibility of transmission may increase by 50%.
Xinhua News Agency quoted the report as saying that the task force said that the recent increase in cases has been nearly twice that of the spring and summer.
The report said: “This sign of acceleration indicates that in addition to the British variant that has already spread in our community, an’American variant’ may also evolve here, and the probability of transmission may increase by 50%,” the report said. Call for active mitigation measures to adapt to it. A more aggressive virus.
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It added: “If there is no unified implementation of effective masks (two or three layers and well-fitting) and strict social distancing, as these variants spread and spread, the epidemic may rapidly deteriorate.”
Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb told CNBC News on Friday that the new strain discovered by the task force appeared to behave like a strain circulating in the UK.
The latest development is that the country has identified 52 cases of British people coronavirus According to data updated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Thursday,
26 cases were reported in California, 22 cases were reported in Florida, 2 cases were reported in Colorado, and 1 case was reported in Georgia and New York.
The variants first discovered in the UK seem to be easier and spread more rapidly than other variants.
The CDC said there is currently no evidence that it will cause more serious illness or increase the risk of death.
As the country is trying to accelerate its development Coronavirus disease The report of the Vaccine Launch Working Group stated that the vaccine must be “immediately put into weapons.”
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“Do not delay rapid immunization for people over 65 years of age who are prone to serious diseases; it is recommended to establish high-throughput vaccination sites through EMT personnel to monitor potential allergic reactions and make full use of nursing students.
The report added: “No vaccine should be kept in the freezer, but weapons should be put into use now; in the face of this surge, proactive immunization can save lives.”
The United States is currently the worst-hit country in the world and has recorded 21,857,293 so far coronavirus According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University, these cases and 368,736 deaths.