Youngsters Are At Threat As U.S. Fights Present Virus Outbreak, World Information

Since the United States averaged over 100,000 daily Coronavirus On Sunday, senior US health official Francis Collin said “we are failing”.

The death toll from the virus in the United States has exceeded 89 percent as the virus has reportedly affected young people.

Infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci had previously warned of failing to do that Delta variant could lead to the emergence of a new variant that “could be more problematic than Delta”.


Amid the surge in the virus, the organizers of the New Orleans Jazz Fest announced that the event, which was due to take place in October, will be canceled.

US health experts fear the virus could spread among people children as children under 12 are still not vaccinated and schools in the US will reopen in weeks.

“It’s likely to lead to school outbreaks and the kids will have to go back too Distance learningwhat we’re trying to prevent, “said Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health.

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned that asymptomatic children can also spread the virus.

“Children ages 2 and up should Wear masks in indoor public spaces, including schools, “said the CDC.

According to reports, children’s hospitals are in Florida is overwhelmed when Republican Governor Ron DeSantis issued an order banning the state’s school districts from wearing masks.

There were 72,000 pediatric cases in the week leading up to July 29, with Florida accounting for 20,000 cases. Florida also has the highest number of hospital admissions at 143, which is more than Texas.

The CDC has recommended that students and staff in schools wear masks regardless vaccination Status.

The United States is the hardest hit country due to the virus, with 35 million coronavirus cases and over 616,800 deaths.

(With contributions from agencies)

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