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Former U.S. Director of Health: Coronavirus cases in the United States may surge in winter

Former U.S. Director of Health: Coronavirus cases in the United States may surge in winter

Paramedics prepare for a Coronavirus vaccination at a hospital in Rome, Italy, December 28, 2020. (YC News Agency, Alberto Linglia)

November 21 According to report by Capitol Hill on the 20th, Jerome Adams, a former U.S. director of the U.S. Health Bureau, predicts that the gathering of American people for the holiday in the next few weeks may lead to a “winter surge”.

Adams said in an interview, “The winter surge in coronavirus cases is almost inevitable. The key is the severity.” He believes that the American people are a little “optimistic” about the current situation of the coronavirus epidemic and warns people to strengthen epidemic prevention during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Adams pointed out that coronavirus testing has always existed in the control of the epidemic in the United States. “I don’t want to attack the new government, but so far no one has put forward any coronavirus testing policy.”

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