Fauci: America is going through wrong direction
The second outbreak of the global pandemic intensified,
Some European countries announced that they would “close the city” again,
Fauci’s latest judgment is also not optimistic.
There are 8.83 million cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States, and the pandemic may reach 2022
On October 28, local time, real-time data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States showed that as of 17:24 on the 28th Eastern time, the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States reached 8,836,861 and the number of new coronary pneumonia-related deaths reached 227,409.
Recently, Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said that although he is sure that the new Coronavirus vaccine will be available in the next few months, “if most people are vaccinated in the second and third quarters of 2021, it is also possible. After 2022, life will return to normal.”
On October 28, local time, Fauci accepted an interview with the US Consumer News and Business Channel (CNBC).
Fauci pointed out that the number of new cases in 47 states in the United States continues to rise, and hospitals across the United States are crowded with Coronavirus patients. The United States is “going in the wrong direction.”
“If the situation does not change, if we continue to maintain the current measures, there will be a large number of new cases, hospitalized patients and dead in the United States, and will suffer great suffering.” Fauci said.
Macron: Rejecting the idea of ”herd immunity”
In recent days, Coronavirus pandemic in many European countries has rebounded sharply, and daily new cases have generally exceeded the peak of the spring pandemic. On October 28, Germany and France announced that they would “close the city” across the country. On the same day, the three major regions of Spain reached a regional border blockade agreement; two more places in Greece were upgraded to “red danger level” and were blocked.
On the evening of the 28th local time, French President Macron announced that France rejected the idea of ”herd immunity” and would re-launch the national blockade policy on October 30th, at least until December 1, and evaluate whether the blockade policy needs to be extended based on the effect.
Macron said that compared with the first round, the second round of the pandemic is more difficult and the mortality rate is higher. The new measures will be implemented at least until December 1, and the government will evaluate the effects of the measures every 15 days to determine follow-up measures. Macron urged the French people to stay at home as much as possible and observe pandemic prevention measures.
According to a CCTV report, in Avignon, a city in southeastern France, the hospital’s capacity is close to saturation. In order to treat severely ill patients, the local area even used military aircraft to move patients to the western region where the pandemic is relatively light. Data show that since this Monday, nearly 20 critically ill patients have been transported in this way.
The German Federal Government and the state governments reached an agreement on the 28th to avoid a national health emergency, Germany will close restaurants, bars, theaters, playgrounds, gyms, beauty salons and other catering and cultural and sports facilities from November 2 until the end of November , But restaurant takeaway and haircut services will not be affected. Professional sports events can be held without spectators, and retail and wholesale stores can operate under hygienic and flow-limiting conditions.
Although the primary and secondary schools and kindergartens in each state can be kept open in accordance with the local pandemic prevention policy, the remaining measures have reached the level of the implementation of the “closed city” during the first wave of Coronavirus pandemic at the beginning of the year. German media called it a “de facto lockdown.”