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Fauci: Uneven vaccination creates two different states of the United States

Fauci: Uneven vaccination creates two different states of the United States

Nearly 55 percent of the US population has received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine. In total, nearly 330 million doses were distributed in the country, According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

At the same time, the difference in vaccination coverage is large between different regions and several states are expected to miss the goal of giving a dose of 70 percent of all adults for National Day celebrations on Sunday.

Uneven vaccination Infection control expert Anthony Fauci prompted an advisor to President Joe Biden, to warn that the spread of the delta variant could gain momentum in parts of the country.

– I don’t think we will see anything at the national level, because fortunately a large part of the population has been vaccinated. So it will happen regionally, he told NBC.

Vaccination differences will split the country in two, according to Anthony Fauci, who noted that only 35 percent of the population had taken the first dose in several states.

“Under these circumstances, one can expect uprisings in some states, regions, and cities,” he says.

Infection control experts urge So vaccine skeptics put skepticism aside.

For some it is an ideology, for others it is anti-waxing or anti-science. But we must put it aside now. We are dealing with a historic situation during this pandemic and we have the tools to combat it.

He points out that there are likely to be vaccines for almost the entire population, at the same time that many people in the world would do “anything” to get a dose.

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Earlier this week Joe Biden also warned that the delta variant could spread among unvaccinated people.

I am not worried about another national epidemic. But the president said on Friday, I’m worried about the loss of life Watchman.

During the pandemic, 337,15,157 Americans have contracted the coronavirus. 606,499 of them have died, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University.