According to foreign media BGR reports,White House health expert Dr Anthony Fauci warned that the Thanksgiving holiday could lead to a significant increase in new confirmed cases.People will know about the impact of family gatherings on the epidemic in about two to three weeks, Dr. forge said. Despite the CDC's call for people to avoid traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday, Americans are desperate to put on masks and visit their loved ones. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration announced that it inspected more than two million passengers at U.S. airports on Friday and Saturday.
In an interview with the Washington Post on Monday, Dr. fudge said the full impact of the Thanksgiving holiday on the new crown pandemic could be felt in about three weeks.
"When you do things that increase risk," says fouch, "traveling, gathering, not wearing a mask, you're likely to see a surge superimposed." The number of new coronal confirmed cases in the United States has surged by nearly 50% in the past two weeks. At the same time, the number of deaths and hospitalizations associated with the new crown also soared by 62% and 49% over the same period.
Fudge went on to say that because of the incubation period of the new coronavirus infection, it will take weeks to really assess the impact of Thanksgiving celebrations on the epidemic.
"And you won't see the results because things are going to be weeks behind," he added. "So what we're seeing now is what happened more than two weeks ago. What we're doing now will be reflected in two to three weeks. So what we want to make sure we don't do is when we get into the most dangerous part of the year - the weather gets colder and more people stay indoors - you don't completely exacerbate the problems that already exist. "
That's why Mr. fogey asked Americans last month to cancel Thanksgiving plans as much as possible. "I think Thanksgiving is a normal type in some people in this country, but in other parts of the country, you'd better hold it off, maybe just with your immediate family." "It was a few weeks ago," said Mr. fogey.