“Things are going to get worse” is the tragic prediction of Dr Fauci about Covid-19

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“Things are going to get worse”  is the tragic prediction of Dr Fauci about Covid-19
  • “Things are going to get worse”, that is the tragic prediction of Dr Fauci about what lies ahead with Covid-19.
  • Fauci acknowledged that the number of vaccinated people “is not enough to crush the outbreak”.
  • He assured that “things will get worse” and spoke about “pain and suffering in the future” if the cases of infections continue to increase.

“Things are going to get worse,” that is Dr Fauci’s tragic prediction about what lies ahead with Covid-19, especially with the arrival of the Delta variant, if people in the United States decide not to get vaccinated.

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This Sunday, Anthony Fauci, the main epidemiologist of the Government of the United States, said that despite the new variant, he doesn’t believe that confinement will be reimposed in the country as a protective measure against the coronavirus.

Tragic prediction of Dr Fauci about Covid-19

"Things are going to get worse". Tragic prediction of Dr. Fauci about Covid-19
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In an interview for ABC’s “This Week”, Fauci said: “I don’t think we’re going to see lockdowns. We have a sufficient percentage of vaccinated people so that we do not have to return to the situation of last winter ”.

However, he acknowledged that the number of people vaccinated “is not enough to crush the outbreak,” so he took the opportunity to pressure the authorities by inviting them to vaccinate the nearly 100 million people who have not yet done so.

Covid-19 Dr. Fauci’s tragic prediction: “Things will get worse”

"Things are going to get worse". Tragic prediction of Dr. Fauci about Covid-19
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Fauci, who is also director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, assured that “things will get worse” and spoke about “pain and suffering in the future” if the cases of infections continue to increase.

The problem is that although the number of people vaccinated increased this week, a high percentage still have not received their immunization doses. Currently, only about 60% of the population in the United States is fully vaccinated.

They do not want to be vaccinated

"Things are going to get worse". Tragic prediction of Dr. Fauci of Covid-19
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According to Fauci, people who are not vaccinated “are allowing the spread” of the coronavirus and affecting the rest of the population. He also condemned the idea of ​​some who do not want to be vaccinated because they consider it a matter of personal freedom and said that they are “trampling on the rights” of others by “making them more vulnerable.”

The Department of Health informed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that on Saturday in Florida the highest number of new cases by Covid-19 was registered since March 2020 when the pandemic began. The southern state counted 21,638 cases this day alone.

Florida, epicenter of Covid-19 in the US

"Things are going to get worse". Tragic prediction of Dr. Fauci of Covid-19
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In the last seven days, in Florida there have been 15,818 new daily confirmed cases in Florida on average. These data reflect that at the moment it is the epicenter of the disease in the country, reported EFE.

For his part, Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida, who does not agree with the proposals of the CDC and Fauci, has not taken action due to the increase in cases in his jurisdiction and, instead, has accused the epidemiologist of wanting to impose a “ dystopia ”.

Biden asks to pay $ 100 to those who miss to get vaccinated against Covid-19

Biden Administration Admits It Will Not Meet Vaccination Goal
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As Fauci’s tragic prediction comes to light, Biden takes Desperate Action? The president asked state governments to pay $ 100 to those missing to get vaccinated against Covid-19, in an attempt to motivate citizens to apply immunization doses against the virus.

United States has the necessary vaccines for all its residents. However, only slightly more than 49% of citizens have been fully vaccinated, so Biden has asked governors to give $ 100 to those who attend to get vaccinated.

Biden asks to pay $ 100 to those who miss to get vaccinated against Covid-19

Biden asks to pay $ 100 to those who miss to get vaccinated against Covid-19
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The president intends to reinforce his immunization plan, that is why, just when the cases of the Delta variant increase, he asks state and local governments for a new payment for citizens; but where will this money come from?

Each state received funds from the American Rescue Plan approved in March with the idea that regional leaders could invest in the areas hardest hit by the pandemic in their locality. Now, Biden is proposing to use those funds to get more people vaccinated.

Money from state and local governments

Biden asks to pay $ 100 to those who miss to get vaccinated against Covid-19
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Some states have already used part of the budget to help their community, but the White House reminded them in a statement that “the American Rescue Plan… provided states, territories and localities with resources that can be used to offer incentives to increase the vaccination rates ”.

“The president will call on all states, territories and local governments to use these funds … to provide $ 100 to anyone who gets vaccinated,” they added in the document.

Actions to motivate vaccination

Biden asks to pay $ 100 to those who miss to get vaccinated against Covid-19
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As an example, the White House cites in the text that this type of inventiveness has worked in several states. “States like New Mexico, Ohio and Colorado have piloted $ 100 incentive programs that have also helped move the rate of vaccines,” they say.

But Biden has not only asked local governments for help, he has also asked companies to give their workers time off to go and get vaccinated and even offer incentives, as happened in Kroger when stores offered $ 100 to their employees and thus the rate vaccination went from 50% to 75%, reported the NY Journal.

How did you come up with this idea?

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The Biden administration came up with this idea after about a third of the unvaccinated said that a cash payment would act as an incentive to apply the doses of Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson and Johnson against the coronavirus, according to an investigation by the University of California at Los Angeles.

In addition, the White House indicated in the text that they would take four actions to improve vaccination levels in the country, especially in the southern and central United States where, far from decreasing cases, they have increased considerably. “Things are going to get worse.” Tragic prediction of Dr. Fauci about Covid-19.

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