The growing risk and danger of the Delta variant has alarmed and frustrated many doctors. In an AOL Article, Adriana Belmonte reports that as of August 4th 2021, the “7-day average of COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. currently at 350 and rising”. This has led to many public health experts arguing that many recent deaths are “largely avoidable” due to the availability of the vaccines. In the article, University of Alabama at Birmingham Associate Dean for Global Health Dr. Michael Saag mentions to Yahoo Finance that “These deaths are largely preventable, and from a public health perspective, that’s inexcusable that we can be in this country and be experiencing this kind of problem.” Read more about what Dr. Michael Saag has to say about the delta variant and its recent events in the AOL article here.
Doctor Says “These deaths are largely preventable… and that’s inexcusable” with Delta Variant
Courtesy of Washington Post According to the latest article in the Washington Post, 1 in 500 Americans have died from Covid-19. This stat is only expected to worsen with the rise of Covid-19 Delta. The study cited shows that people older than 85 make up only 2 percent of the population, but a quarter of the total […]
Courtesy of AOL.com New studies on Covid-19 were released last week by the CDC. The studies were tracking the differences between over 600,000 subjects as it pertains to the vaccination. The CDC released new studies on Covid-19 that focused on successful prevention of death between those who have and have not got the vaccine, as well as[…]