dr. Fauci just issued this “sobering” warning

Coronavirus things don’t go down anymore which means the world is not completely safe for anyone, including vaccinated people. How can this be? And how can you stay alive? dr. Anthony Faucic, the chief medical adviser to the president and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, appeared on the New York Times podcast de Daily this morning. “Eventually, all pandemics burn themselves out,” he said. “So you have a choice. Do you want it to burn itself out and kill a lot more people and make a lot more people sick? Or do you want to do something about it to prevent further deaths and further illness? … This goes on one or the other. end in a different way The best way… is to do what we can to minimize suffering and death And we have within our power to do it If we don’t use it bad things will to happen .” Read on for six life-saving pieces of advice – and to protect your health and that of others, don’t miss it Sure Signs You’ve Already Had COVID.

Doctor vaccinating child in hospital.

Where are we now? “It would be a mixed bag leaning towards the positive as opposed to the negative,” said Dr. Fauci. “Because we haven’t had a big rise, we’ve peaked and we’re starting to come down – positive. On the plus side, we’ve got a vaccine deployment program that’s done pretty well overall. I’d like to get into more details on why it’s not exactly where I’d like to see it Number three, we now have approval for vaccines for children, which are an important part of it all. We’ve shown that boosters are safe and effective at dramatically increasing the response , not only immunologically, but also if you look at the clinical data from Israel, it is very clear that it reverses some of the diminishing effect that you see in people who have been vaccinated for six months or more. watch the deflection of the curve, it begins to stabilize.”

Man lies in bed in the midst of essential workers.

Man lies in bed in the midst of essential workers.

“When you get to a peak and you get a top, it starts coming down and the sharpness and the steepness it comes down at, the steeper, the better, the lower it goes, the better, right? if you go that steep and then plateau, you might end up in the awkward situation where you plateau, where we are now, that’s at about 70 to 73,000 cases a day, right. Which of course isn’t optimal, but is also a set to a resurgence on that very high baseline.”

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Technician with a tube of blood test identified with the label Covid-19 DELTA Variant.

Technician with a tube of blood test identified with the label Covid-19 DELTA Variant.

Why do we have so many infections given that we have vaccines? It’s not much better than a year ago. “It’s a complicated issue and there are other factors at play that weren’t at play in the previous spikes and spikes,” said Dr. Fauci. “Let me run through a few. First of all, what you have now is a Delta variant. Which is really a very different species here. This variant has an extraordinary ability to spread from person to person. As a factor, a formidable enemy you are dealing with if you want to get metaphorical about it number two you have about 60 plus million people in the country who are not vaccinated although they are eligible to be vaccinated point number three we are seeing something that’s really interesting. And I’d like to unpack a little bit more with you. And that is, we’re starting to see waning immunity to infection and waning immunity in the early aspect against hospitalization.”

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Nurse with syringe

Nurse with syringe

“And if you look at Israel, which is always a month to a month and a half ahead of us in the dynamics of the outbreak and their vaccine response, and in all the other elements of the outbreak, they see declining immunity not only to infection, but also to hospitalizations and to some degree death, which now involves all age groups,” said Dr. Fauci. “It’s not just the elderly. So if you look back on this, you can say, you know it’s not like a booster is a bonus, but a booster can actually be an essential part of the primary regimen that people should have. “

He continued: “I think when all is said and done, if we’re going to boost the overwhelming majority of people who are primarily vaccinated, we’ll say like other vaccines that require multiple doses, such as hepatitis B, such as some of the childhood vaccinations that are likely and I’m making my own personal projection as an immunologist and person with infectious diseases we don’t have the proof yet the proof of the pudding will be after you vaccinate people and and we have greater durability of the protection that doesn’t wear off so easily. We may realize that, you know, we did a prime and a boost because we were in a medical emergency, a public health emergency. We don’t have the time to to do an extended phase two, a phase two B study to see if two doses were better than three, or half a year was better than eight months. on with what we had. And frankly, it was life-saving for millions of people. So that’s why I think if we continue to vaccinate as many people as possible who haven’t been vaccinated at all, and aggressively encourage the people who have been vaccinated, I think you’re going to see a different pattern than what we saw with the other increases. of recent months.”

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Biotech scientist in ppe suit examining DNA in laboratory using microscope.  team investigating the evolution of the virus using high technology for scientific research to develop vaccines against covid19

Biotech scientist in ppe suit examining DNA in laboratory using microscope. team investigating the evolution of the virus using high technology for scientific research to develop vaccines against covid19

We need to get more people vaccinated because if you have a population of individuals that are vulnerable to infection without vaccine protection, you give the virus ample opportunity to circulate, infect, even through breakthrough infections, vaccinated people, and you give it the chance to mutate, to possibly develop into a new problematic variant. Now if you think about the dynamics of the virus in the community, if you have people who are protected by a vaccine, you know that no vaccine is one hundred percent protective. So the least amount of virus you have in the community, the less likely even vaccinated people will get a breakthrough infection. But if you flood the community with 73,000 new infections every day, that puts even the vaccinated people at risk.”

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Woman presents COVID vaccination card.

Woman presents COVID vaccination card.

Beyond mandates, “there aren’t many tools left and that’s really really, really hard and painful to see as a public health officer that if we’re not doing what’s clear and unambiguous, the right thing to use is a tool that’s very effective to to prevent suffering and death. Then that would be very bad for us as a nation. We have lost 750,000 Americans. So far we have 46 million infections, probably more since many go undetected. And we know what we can do. I have been involved in public health for over 40 years, and there have been diseases that i have dealt with where you have no intervention which is very frustrated because you say if only i had an intervention i would do something about this disease Now we have a historic pandemic, the likes of which we haven’t seen in over a hundred years, and we have very effective, safe tools to put an end to it. It would really, uh, I think a horror What a terrible tragedy if we would let more Americans and more people around the world because I believe we should pay attention to, it continues in the rest of the world. If we let more people die and more people get very, very sick by not using the tools we are fortunate enough to have.” So get vaccinated and to protect your life and the lives of others, don’t visit any of these 35 places you are most likely to get COVID.