Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of The U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, warns that although COVID-19 infection rates are dropping, we should not declare victory yet. Over recent weeks, COVID-19 cases in the United States have fallen to the lowest rates since last June. Fauci mentions in an article by The Guardian that, “We don’t want to declare victory prematurely because we still have a ways to go” and that the “more and more people that can get vaccinated, as a community, the community will be safer and safer”. We have made tremendous progress returning to “normal” since the beginning over the pandemic just over a year ago. However, it is very important to not let up on our safety efforts now. Click here to read more about the article written by Amanda Holpuch at The Guardian.
Fauci warns U.S. not to “declare victory” despite low rates
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