The novel coronavirus pneumonia has been eased since January this year, including a number of States and regions including New York, Montana, Iowa and North Dakota, which are gradually easing the epidemic control measures.In response to this situation, fudge, director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases, issued a warning on the 26th that the current anti epidemic progress in the United States seems to have stalled.
Fudge said that the current epidemic situation in the United States is still in a very dangerous situation, because the slightest carelessness will push the United States to another epidemic peak. Fudge believes that expanding the scale of new crown vaccination and reducing the positive rate of detection can further reduce the epidemic data in the United States. Before that, Fudge advised state governments not to loosen control measures.
Fudge, director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases of the United States: we don't want to see the dark side of things all the time, but we still need to be realistic, so we must carefully observe the changes in the epidemic data next week in order to agree with the deregulation measures.
CDC director: the more infectious variant may have spread widely in the United States
On the same day, the director of the US Centers for Disease Control and prevention, Dr. wallensky, said that in the past three days, compared with a week ago, the number of new confirmed cases in the United States has increased, and the number of deaths has also increased, which may indicate that the more infectious variant of the new coronavirus has begun to spread widely in the United States. Wallensky said that how to prevent and control the epidemic correctly is related to whether the United States will usher in another epidemic peak.