Coronavirus briefing: what happened today

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Coronavirus briefing: what happened today

So if you look at the pandemic as a 40,000-foot-wide event, and you have 62 million people, the way we have now, who haven’t been vaccinated yet – and many more people who can’t get promoted It’s going to have an impact on the broader concept of the outbreak. But if you take people who have been vaccinated and outgrown, they are going to go through an outbreak and have a much lower risk than anyone else.

Adam: Why haven’t we seen a major version since Delta that really spread to the global population?

Fauci: This is pure virology. Delta has adapted itself to a highly, highly permeable virus that has essentially hit the radar screen nearly every second. We knew that when you look at how fast Delta has taken over the United States. It depends on the fitness of the virus to transmit. And it just so happens that even though there are plenty of other viruses out there that have different types, Delta has emerged as the big bully on the block.

Jonathan: Why do you think the virus is becoming endemic and when is it going to happen?

Fauci: You know, guys, I don’t know. We don’t know. One thing I’ve said many times is that there are several stages of an outbreak: epidemic reduction, control, eradication and eradication.

There’s no way we’re going to erase that, I suspect, because we just mentioned. I doubt very seriously whether we’re going to eliminate it, like we’ve eliminated polio, and we’ve eliminated measles, and a century ago we eliminated malaria from the United States. But there is control and it will be up to us what level of control we are willing to accept.

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If you are willing to accept control at the rate of 70,000 per day, that is wrong. By no means can we accept 70,000, 80,000 infections in a day. You have to bring it down so that it does not have a negative impact on the society. So we don’t have to worry about getting sick and dying. Our economy is essentially hostage to it. That is the control. I can’t predict when we’ll get there. I expect it to be relatively quick, and a lot will depend on how well we do at vaccinating the population.

Jonathan: How should people go on vacation?

Fauci: What a person might feel comfortable doing depends on his/her situation. So if you have a family where people are vaccinated – the family is vaccinated, the kids who can be vaccinated get vaccinated, that kind of situation – people are going to have a happy Thanksgiving holiday. should feel very, very independent and concerned about. Those who have not been vaccinated can also have a happy holiday. They’re going to do it at greater risk.

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