Confirmed cases of new coronavirus are still surging in the United States, with more than 160000 new covid-19 cases reported on Thursday, after a 300% jump last month. In order to curb the spread, some states and cities have implemented more stringent blockade measures.However, in Dr fouch's view, with the approach of the Thanksgiving holiday, a nationwide blockade is unlikely.
With the surge of confirmed cases and deaths of covid-19 in the United States, many people have raised the question whether the United States needs to implement a new round of large-scale blockade measures nationwide.
To that end, Dr. Anthony Fauci (Anthony Fauci) said on ABC company's Good Morning America program recently that the United States can actually deal with the new crown virus without the blockade.
Because the best response strategy is to strengthen public health measures and ensure that people actually follow the scientific covid-19 protection guidelines, such as washing hands frequently, wearing masks, and maintaining social alienation.
Given that a massive blockade could wreak havoc on the economy and lead to another surge in unemployment, Dr. Fauci's answer is undoubtedly quite encouraging. However, as the weather turns cool, we still need to be prepared for the possible closure of some areas.