Dr. Anthony Fauci worried about the dangerous Delta variant, said- Delta variant is the biggest threat to America
The delta variant was first identified in India, followed by cases of the delta variant in 85 countries. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), variant B.1.617.2 is responsible for one-fourth of corona cases in the country and has reached almost everywhere.
The Delta variant remains the biggest threat to the US at the moment. White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr Anthony Fauci told US media that the delta variant of the corona virus is the biggest threat to the United States. Dr Anthony Fauci explained that the delta variant can spread much more efficiently and cause more severe disease.
Dr Anthony Fauci further said that the COVID-19 vaccines have proven effective against the delta variant. The vaccines used in the country are proving to be much better than the delta variants. He has urged those who have not yet been vaccinated. Emphasizing on this, he said that people who have not been vaccinated are at high risk of this virus. Get him vaccinated to protect himself.
During a press briefing, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said he was very concerned about the Delta variant in the US. US COVID-19 expert says that the delta variant is capable of spreading more rapidly from person to person. People with this variant may have to face serious diseases. These two things are very disturbing.
The delta variant was first identified in India, followed by cases of the delta variant in 85 countries. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), variant B.1.617.2 is responsible for one-quarter of corona cases in the country and has reached almost everywhere.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said 70 percent of people in the US would be vaccinated at least one in a few weeks. Saki stressed that the delta variant does not infect on the basis of age. Vaccines approved in the US are effective for the delta variant but you are not safe or protected if you have not been vaccinated.
Los Angeles County health officials suggest that vaccinated people are also at risk from the virus. Those people should also continue to wear masks as a precaution.