US report about more than 10,000 coronovirus infections

US report about more than 10,000 coronovirus infections

Washington: The US has recorded more than 10,000 infection cases of coronavirus variants as experts warn another Kovid-19 surge.
Xinhua reported that out of a total of 10,985 variant cases recorded by the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as of Sunday, 10,579 cases were caused by variants that were originally found in Britain.
There were 288 cases of a new strain initially discovered in South Africa, called B.1.351, and 118 cases of P.1 strains were first discovered in Brazil.
In addition, the two coronavirus strains B.1.427 and B.1.429 variants, first detected in California, are also closely monitored by the CDC.
The five coronavirus viruses are currently classified by the CDC as “variants of concern”, as evidence suggests an increase in their infectiousness, hospitalization or death, previous infection or significant reduction by antibodies generated during vaccination, treatment. Show reduced effectiveness or vaccines. , Or clinical detection failure.
The virus variants may contribute to the “increased prevalence” of infection, Xinhua said in an interview, Stanley Pearlman, a professor at the University of Microbiology and Immunology.
“Matters may escalate again. We still need to wear masks and practice social disturbances,” he said.
Experts have repeatedly expressed concern that the country will face another upsurge in Kovid-19 cases if Americans do not take protective measures such as social continuity until wearing masks, avoiding travel, and vaccinating more people.
Despite the decline of new Kovid-19 cases, deaths for weeks and hospitalization, now 27 states in the country have seen an increase in new cases.
Currently the seven-day average of new Kovid-19 cases is about 61,000 cases a day, a 10 percent increase over the previous period according to the CDC.
The daily seven-day average in new hospitals is about 4,816 people, up 4.2 percent from the previous week, CDC data show.
CDC director Rochelle Wallensky said on Monday that she feels a sense of “impending doom” about another surge in COVID-19 cases as the infection rose 10 percent.
Valenski said data from the CDC show that new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the rise, thanks to increased travel, removal of restrictions and more relaxed behavior in recent weeks.
“I’m going to reflect on impending doom, which is imminent doom. We have so much to look forward to, so much promise and possibility for where we are, and a lot of reason for hope. But right now, I’m done. Have been. Afraid, “Wallensky said during a White House briefing.
Public health officials said protective measures such as mask use, physical disturbances, hand hygiene and prompt vaccination could help prevent Kovid-19 infection and emerging strains.

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