United States top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci said the country is in “serious problem” as coronavirus infections continued to rise in US 16 states.
The press briefing of the White House Task Force, Anthony Fauci said the only way to solve the problem is to work together.
Health experts have called on the United States to take further steps to reduce the spread of the disease, but Vice President Mike Pence praises the United States’ progress.
About 40,000 new infected patients were found in the United States yesterday. According to Johns Hopkins University, the highest number of infected people was recorded yesterday, Which broke his previous day’s record. A total of 2.4 million people have been infected and more than 0.125 million have died in the United States.
Millennials were also told to be tested at Friday’s briefing. Those who do not have symptoms have also been asked to be tested.
Mike Pence said the task force has been asked by the president to inform the U.S. public about the infection. Lockdown relaxation procedures have been canceled in Texas, Florida, and Arizona as infections continue to rise. Health experts in the United States say the number of infected people could be ten times higher.
Fauci said the reason for the current rise in infections is the hasty opening of everything in advance. The people did not follow the rules and the rules were not followed properly even at the time of opening. Infecting each other. Many at risk are being infected.
Coronavirus outbreaks in New York and New Jersey have now been brought under control, said Vice President Mike Pence. “We slowed down the transition, lowered the curve, and saved lives,” he said. However, he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Trump’s government. He spoke of spreading it from asymptomatic youth. He advised them to listen to the official advice.
Earlier on Tuesday, a four-member panel of health officials, including Anthony Fauci, said the next few days would be crucial in preventing a new epidemic. Infections are on the rise in several states in the United States. The four top experts on the panel said President Donald Trump never asked to reduce the COVID-19 test.
US President Donald Trump has resumed election rallies midst of coronavirus epidemic. After-lockdown The first election rally was held on June 21 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The other three members of the committee represent the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services. They said the same thing. They said they were never asked to reduce the test. Health Department Assistant Secretary Brett Giroir, who has monitored U.S. diagnostic capabilities, told lawmakers he hopes they will soon be able to test 40-50 million samples per month.
Anthony Fauci told the AFP that he was hopeful that the world would soon get a vaccine that would end the Coronavirus epidemic. Preliminary test results for the vaccine are encouraging.