The increase in the incidence of Govt-19 and the delay in administering the 3rd dose of the vaccine to those 18 years of age and above raise fears about winter as much as last year.
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Dr. Julian J. Snyder is an assistant professor of neurology at Emory University Hospital in the United States. Kawanak said, “We are going to have a very difficult winter like last year.
In our neighboring countries in the south, the fifth wave, “has generated more than 100,000 new infections a day since this weekend,” according to Dr. Kawanak, mainly concentrated in the northern states.
“Now that it’s cold, people will find themselves indoors, which is a bit of a season, but from the beginning of the vaccine availability, I think these are the states that vaccinated their people the fastest,” says the doctor. Interview with LCN.
Delay in the use of the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine may have an impact on the increase in observed cases.
“Undoubtedly, there must be many of these patients whose immunity begins to decline after vaccination,” he says.
Although the southern states appear to be less affected, by the fifth wave, Dr. Julian J. Kawanak urges snowflakes to be vigilant.
“I urge snowflakes to be very careful because these are states where public health concerns are low and, unfortunately, when the spread of the virus increases, the authorities will not put in place public health measures such as port masks or community evictions,” he warns.
When the epidemic starts again in these southern states, the doctor says, “there will be little room to control it.”
“So I would say to the snowflakes: keep checking to see if the virus is circulating in the area of the country where you are,” he advises.
Listen to the full interview in the video above.
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