Fauci allays fears of another wave of coronavirus


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Anthony FauciAnthony FauciOvernight Health Care: 46 COVID-19 cases linked to indoor bar event in rural Illinois | CDC Says Risk of Transmission of COVID-19 to Surfaces 1 in 10,000 | Fauci suggests no federal mandate on vaccine passports Twitter says he mistakenly suspended Marjorie Taylor Greene’s account for the second time Fauci says federal government will not impose vaccine passports READ MORE, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said on Tuesday he was confident the ongoing mass vaccination effort in the United States would prevent a further “explosion” of coronavirus cases and a deadly fourth wave of the pandemic.
“As long as we continue to immunize people effectively and efficiently, I don’t think that’s going to happen,” Fauci said of a fourth wave during an appearance on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. “That doesn’t mean we aren’t going to see an increase in cases yet. ”

Fauci said it “will remain to be seen” whether there is an increase in cases or whether it “explodes into a real push” as more states reopen their economies and relax public health guidelines.

“I think the vaccine will prevent that from happening,” he said.

The White House announced early Tuesday President BidenJoe Biden’s surprising presidency The Hill’s Morning Report – Biden and McConnell agree on vaccines, clash with infrastructure Republican battle with MLB escalates MOREThe company’s administration is raising the target for all U.S. adults to be eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine by April 19, two weeks earlier than the last stated goal.

The federal government estimates that nearly 150 million coronavirus vaccines have been administered, with millions of doses administered each day.

Meanwhile, a new poll released on Tuesday found that a record number of Americans are expressing concern about the contraction of COVID-19.

White House senior pandemic adviser Andy Slavitt said in a briefing Monday that Americans should not “confuse progress with victory” when it comes to vaccines and the number of coronavirus cases in the world. nationwide.

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