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Time an interview for the upcoming Reuters Next conference, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the world’s leading infectious disease specialist, he said to change the requirements for a Covid-19 vaccine to include a stimulant shot is “on the table.”
“Currently, a complete vaccine is equivalent to two mRNA shots and one J&J shot, but no doubt this could change. This is on the table for discussion,” he said.
“We want the number of people who received the first vaccine to be increased,” he said, adding that he hoped to see “more” people vaccinated.
Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) enlargement suitability of Covid-19 stimulants for all adults.
“After a thorough scientific review, a modern concept that is more closely linked to the nature of the epidemic, the more recent vaccinations, and review safety from people who have already received the COVID-19 vaccine and encouragement,” CDC Director . Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky said in the press.
“The booster shoot has shown the potential to increase people’s protection from disease and dangerous outcomes and is an important tool in public health to strengthen our protection against the virus as we enter the winter holidays. Based on the available evidence, all adults over the age of 18 should now have access to increased levels of COVID-19, “he added.
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Earlier this week, Fauci he warned about “premature” throwing a mask after Washington, DC raised the issue of underwear, saying this. “Increases risk” as the country struggles with rising Covid-19 cases.
“When you have power like this … you have to be careful,” he said. “Masks don’t last long. Most people who get vaccinated, people who get more and more, the disease goes down in your area, and then you start thinking about stopping wearing masks.”
“But you do not want to rush it,” he added. “As much as you want to do that, you have to be careful.”
Fauci admitted that i“It’s hard to predict” when the stigma comes to an end but he said the availability of a vaccine for 28 million children between the ages of 5 and 11 worldwide would help the United States fight the epidemic.
“If we do a good job of getting more vaccines for this group, we can have a problem where the cases go down and we can’t say masks,” he said. “I believe this is what we are going through in winter and spring.”
Alan is a writer, editor, and journalist living in New York.