This Tuesday (28) The To us Reached a moving average of 254,496 new cases Govit-19 Over the past seven days, it has broken the previous record of about 251,989 set on January 11, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
US – and DMK In other parts of the world – Saw since last month.
Experts predict that the most contagious omigran variant of the corona virus to date – the most difficult will be in early 2022.
“January will be a very difficult month. And people need to be prepared for a month when more people will be infected, ”said Dr. Ashish Jah, dean of the Brown University School of Public Health.
Medical Analyst of CNN, Dr. Jonathan Rainer on Sunday (26) believes that “half a million cases a day in the United States – easily – can be viewed within the first 10 days of next week”.
Most people who are vaccinated, with two or three doses, will not develop severe symptoms, but those who are not vaccinated will not do so, Ja said.
“Many people who are not vaccinated will get very sick and it will be sad,” Ja said. “We’re coming in February and March, and the number of infections is starting to drop, and the weather is starting to improve.”
Despite calls for Americans to be vaccinated, the proportion of booster shots given has dropped in recent weeks, and only 32.7 percent of the nation’s entirely vaccinated population has received the overdose.
“I recommend that people wear masks where there are a lot of people for a long time,” Ja said.
This New Year’s Friday (31), small gatherings of fully vaccinated people are safe, Dr. Anthony Fauci said. But people should avoid big parties where the vaccine status of all guests is unknown, he said.
“When you talk about New Year’s celebrations with 30, 40, 50 people, you do not know the status of the vaccine, I strongly recommend it: stay away from it this year,” Fauzi said. Leading epidemiologist in the country.
Admission for children is approaching previous record
Holidays like Christmas and New Year make some health professionals worried about the impact on children in the coming weeks – especially those who are too young to be vaccinated.
Dr. Director of Pediatric Infection Control at UH Rainbow Children’s Hospital in Ohio. Claudia Hoen said, “We all got used to these kids during Christmas.
“We have one more holiday to end with the New Year, and then we’ll send everyone to school. Everyone’s on the edge of something, wondering what we’re going to see.
Across the country, pediatric admissions for Govit-19 are approaching the record set in September.
According to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services, an average of about 305 children are hospitalized daily with Covit-19 every day in the past week.
This is 48% higher than the previous week’s average, and 10.7% lower than the peak of 342 hospital-admitted children admitted in late August and early September.
In New York City, the number of pediatric hospitalizations has increased fivefold over a three-week period, as cases continue to rise and the average positive rate continues to rise.
In Chicago, the number of people admitted to pediatric hospitals has quadrupled. At the National Hospital for Children in Washington, nearly half of the Govt-19 tests are positive.
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