In surveys, vaccinated people have the least amount of concern about the delta type.
With the rapid rise of the highly transmissible Delta version and national vaccination measures largely halted, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread among the existing vaccines in the country. United States - and everything looks terrible. p>
Compared to other epidemics, the number of cases is hospitalization and death across the country. Low - matches or below the figure seen in April 2020. But the rate of unvaccinated cases in some places is competing with the rate of cases at high altitudes. Areas with limited vaccination coverage are experiencing waves. Missouri — where only 40 percent of its residents are fully immunized — is seeing the same daily rate of new cases as it did last October, at the height of winter. . And some hotspots in the state are setting records. In the southwestern city of Thani, for example, the seven-day average for daily new items is now higher than elsewhere, with an average of 55 new items per day. The previous high rate of 45 new cases per day occurred in the city on November 22 and again on December 10. Across the Arkansas border, Baxter County last week set a record for the highest daily average of 42 new cases per day. It surpassed the previous record of 32, which was set in early January. Only 33% of the Baxter County population has been fully vaccinated.Advertising
This increase in hospitalizations is increasing. In Baxter, the number of hospitalizations increased by 340 percent in the past two weeks. In southwest Missouri, hospitals are being squeezed out by ICU capacity and air conditioning, and hospitals are reporting a shortage of nurses. Last week, the Missouri County Department of Health requested state funding to open a field hospital to help treat a surge in patients with severe COVID-19. Vulnerability In these cases, the vast majority of people admitted to COVID-19 have not been vaccinated. At a White House news conference last Friday, Rachel Valinsky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, confirmed that more than 97 percent of COVID-19 patients admitted to hospitals across the country have not been vaccinated.
With the rate of vaccination declining, the spread of Corona virus delta is behind the sudden increase. It is estimated that the probability of Delta infection with the Coronavirus more than doubles. It has become the dominant species in the world since its discovery in India in December 2020. Since it was first identified in the United States in March, it has become the dominant strain here, quickly surpassing Alpha (B1.1.7). Contributing to the type that is over-transmitted is the fact that it came at exactly the same time that many people in the United States began banning the use of masks and reducing the use of masks and physical distance.
Fully vaccinated people are largely unprotected from delta. Current vaccines are still very effective in causing delta COVID-19 and other types of concerns. Although a small number of people can have what is called a "successful infection," these infections are usually asymptomatic or mild. But people who are not immune are very weak. Additionally, those who received only one dose of the two-dose vaccine or only recovered from COVID-19 did no better than those who were fully vaccinated. In a study published in Nature earlier this month, researchers tested the immune responses of people who recovered from early pre-Delta COVID-19. In particular, the researchers looked at the participants' neutralizing antibodies - the most powerful type of antibodies thought to be important for protection against the coronavirus. Researchers found that people who recovered from early cases of COVID-19 had four to six times fewer antibodies than those who did not. Similarly, subjects who received only one dose of the mRNA vaccine had difficulty detecting neutralizing antibodies that act against Delta. But when people who received a dose of the vaccine recovered or those who got a partial vaccine received their second dose, neutralizing antibodies were released, and both groups were considered highly protected. Vaccination Outlook
This finding encourages health professionals to increase the demand for vaccines, and clearly act against delta - if done on time, delta will spread rapidly, and full vaccination and protection could take up to six weeks. For people who haven't been vaccinated, it's important to take pictures as soon as possible to prevent the delta from spreading. But according to new CBS News poll data, a new wave of vaccinations appears unlikely. Among the unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals, only 48% said they were concerned about Delta. Of those fully vaccinated, 72 percent said they were concerned about the substance.
Despite the fact that current COVID-19 vaccines have been very effective and safe, 53% of those who have not been vaccinated or have been partially vaccinated in a survey said they are concerned about side effects. Fifty percent of the group cited a lack of confidence in the government as a reason for not being vaccinated. And 45% said they did not trust science. All of these percentages are higher than previous polls, indicating that anti-vaccine sentiment is growing among unvaccinated people.
Some unvaccinated people, who might be more convincing, said they are waiting for vaccinations. For full FDA approval (currently authorized by the FDA under an Emergency Use Authorization). Pfizer and BioNTech said Friday that the US Food and Drug Administration has given them an mRNA vaccine for priority testing, but they did not expect full approval until January 2022. Currently, vaccine providers have about 520,000 COVID-19 vaccines per day, up from 4.6 million per day in April. With more than 161 million people vaccinated, only 48.6 percent of the US population has been fully vaccinated. p>
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