It’s dangerous to be in America right now because of the highly transferable Delta variant of the coronavirus, especially in “parts of the country with low vaccination coverage” such as “the Southeast, Midwest and Northwest. In these areas, less than 40% of people are vaccinated and there are more than 100 cases for every 100,000 people,” says de CDC. Take care of your safety and that of your family, dr. Anthony Faucic, the chief medical adviser to the president and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has issued guidelines on what to do to avoid Delta. Read on – and to ensure your health and that of others, don’t miss this one Certain Signs You Have “Long” COVID and May Not Even Know It.
“The fact that you have a virus that is spreading more efficiently is something that is important and should be taken seriously. This just underlines the need to keep our footing to make sure we take the public health measures that we talk about it all the time,” Fauci said, reiterating that the vaccine is “safe and effective,” adding at a White House Coronavirus Task Force press conference yesterday: “It is extremely important for pregnant women or women who planning to become pregnant in order to get vaccinated.” He referred to a study of 35,000 pregnant or breastfeeding women who had no unusual side effects. On the other hand, “It is very clear that there are very serious adverse effects on mother and baby during COVID-19 infection,” he said.
dr. Fauci said of the recent Sturgis motorcycle rally, I’m very concerned… that we’re going to see another surge associated with that rally,” Fauci said. And it did. “There comes a time when you’re dealing with a public health crisis. , which can involve you, your family and everyone else, something that replaces everything that has to do exactly what you want to do,” Fauci insisted. Avoid large crowds. future, but let’s get this pandemic under control before we act like nothing’s wrong,” Fauci continued. “I mean, something bad is going on.”
You know you must, but do you know why you must? “To understand the rationale for wearing masks to prevent the transmission of SARS-CoV-2, it is helpful to understand how the virus spreads from person to person,” Fauci wrote in a paper. SARS-CoV-2 is primarily transmitted by respiratory droplets exhaled by infected individuals; these droplets span a spectrum of sizes. Larger droplets fall from the air relatively quickly while close to the source, usually within 6 feet. Smaller droplets, often referred to as aerosols, are also present up close, but can remain in the air over time and at greater distances, decreasing in concentration as they move outward from their source.” A mask prevents these droplets from entering your body and prevents you from spreading them.
You just read about how COVID is “transmitted primarily by respiratory droplets”. Remember that the next time you’re close to someone — and stay away for at least six weeks (or six feet).
“Given where we are now with disease transmission, we would say people should take these risks into their own consideration when thinking about travel. First of all, if you are unvaccinated, we recommend that you do not travel” said the head of the CDC, Dr. Rochelle Walensky.
These measures “are the sort of thing that will prevent this new species from spreading any further,” Fauci said. Follow the basics and help end this pandemic wherever you live – get vaccinated ASAP; if you live in an area with a low vaccination coverage, wear an N95 face mask, don’t travel, social distancing, avoid crowds, don’t go in with people you don’t hide with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, and to protect your life and that of others, don’t visit any of these 35 places you are most likely to get COVID.