Increased cases put US in ‘wrong direction’ of pandemic, says Anthony Fauci

Increased cases put US in 'wrong direction' of pandemic, says Anthony Fauci

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Dr Anthony Fauci said he was disappointed by the resistance of a section of the US population to vaccination

The US is heading in the “wrong direction” of the pandemic, said the head of the coronavirus task force, Dr. Anthony Fauci said, at a time when Kovid-19 cases are increasing among the unconnected population of the country.

Fauci said in an interview with CNN this Sunday (25/7) that “an epidemic is brewing in America among unconnected people”.

“I am very disappointed,” Fauci said, after a CNN presenter presented data from an opinion poll suggesting that 80% of Americans who have been vaccinated so far will probably or definitely not accept vaccination.

The doctor added, “I don’t like to blame people as it takes them further back. But I want to encourage more (politicians) leaders of less vaccinated areas to get people vaccinated.” “We need to do better. People are putting themselves in unnecessary trouble because of the high risk of contracting COVID-19 and health complications,” he said.

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