Nearly 3 million residents of Michigan have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and have received more than 4.7 million doses. But with the increase in vaccinations, COVID-19 infections have also increased, and the state is now the state with the highest number of cases in the country.
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She said: “In terms of our current COVID situation, the situation is not ideal.” “It’s very much like the peak we saw in the fall.”
Dr. Bagdasarian said the wave began to spread among teenagers between the ages of 10 and 19. But now, this has severely hit 30, 40 and 50-year-old children. Overall, they see more people in these age groups entering the hospital.
She said: “More elderly people have survived this wave because of the use of vaccines. This shows that vaccines are indeed very effective.”
The state has 1,500 cases of the B.117 variant and a few other variants. Dr. Bagdasarian said that the more variants, the more difficult it is to control proliferation.
She said: “Our concern is that although there are already some variants here, we don’t want to introduce them anymore.”
Spring break wave
The medical community is preparing for the surge after the spring break, especially those returning from Florida. Travel agency agent David Fisherman (David Fisherman) said that his requirements for the Sunshine State are too numerous to list.
The fisherman said: “Florida video tapes-it’s like going wild during spring break.” “The phone rang. The pent-up demand is huge. People want to go.”
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Both Fishman and the doctor said this was the cavalry vacation mentality.
“Take greater risks when traveling and when you are not in the community. Will you eat out in restaurants when you travel, or go to large gatherings when you are on vacation?” said Dr. Bagdarian.
If you are one of millions of people using the vaccine, you are urged to wait two weeks after the second dose of vaccine travel.
Statewide, state health experts are monitoring another trend, which is the hesitation of testing. They are saying that if you are sick, travel or have been exposed to COVID-19, please get checked.
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