Important clarification from the White House regarding “controlling” Corona


White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said today, Sunday, that “the United States will not be able to control the emerging corona virus, because it is a contagious virus like influenza, but it can control ways to confront it.””What we need to do is to make sure that we have the appropriate mitigating factors, whether they are treatments or vaccines, to make sure that it does not cause people to die,” the official added, in statements to CNN.

The United States recorded a record number of Corona injuries, on Saturday, for the second consecutive day, according to the Johns Hopkins University reference, whose data is constantly updated.

The country counted 88,973 new infections between Friday and Saturday, which is much higher than the 79,963 injuries that were recorded the previous day.The total deaths in the United States reached 224,751 out of 8 million 568,625 injuries, which is the highest toll in the world.

And the United States had already reached the threshold of eighty thousand infections per day during July, especially because of hot spots in southern states such as Texas and Florida, where the virus was at that time out of control.

Currently, “the worst outbreaks of the virus are recorded in the north of the country and in the Midwest, at a time when about 35 states out of 50 are witnessing an increase in the number of infections.”

Today, Sunday, the American expert in the field of infectious diseases, Anthony Fauci, expected to ensure the effectiveness of vaccines against the virus by early December, and to carry out vaccination campaigns on a large scale, during the next year.


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