As the death toll from Covid-19 in the United States approaches the half-million mark, the immunologist in charge of the White House epidemic cell estimates that the country will return to a “degree of normalcy” next winter.
The answer is in a few words. Dr Anthony Fauci, the immunologist in charge of the White House response to the Covid-19 epidemic, predicts that the United States should approach a “degree of normalcy” in the fall or winter of next year. Asked Sunday by CNN, the expert also believes that it is “quite possible” that Americans are still forced to wear the mask in 2022.
As the death toll from the pandemic in the United States approaches 500,000, Anthony Fauci insists, as Joe Biden did during his presidential campaign, on the importance of wearing a mask. A capital change from Donald Trump’s strategy, which largely neglected barrier gestures and the mask.
“Nothing like this since the 1918 flu”
Noting that the tribute paid by his country in one year is immense, the adviser to the American president considered the situation “really terrible”. Hence the absolute necessity, in his eyes, to continue to respect sanitary measures.
“It’s historic. We haven’t seen anything like it in 102 years. Since the flu epidemic of 1918. In several decades, people will still speak of it as a terrible moment in history,” he said. is sorry Anthony Fauci.
For two weeks, however, the United States has recorded a decrease in contamination recorded daily. In addition, more than a million and a half people are vaccinated every day.
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