Fauci warns US is going on “wrong direction” as COVID-19 cases driven by unvaccinated people continue to surge

Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday cautioned that the US is going in the “wrong direction” as COVID-19 cases driven by unvaccinated people keep on flooding the country over.

“I’m not entirely certain it would be the most dire outcome imaginable, yet it won’t be good. We’re going in the wrong direction,” Fauci said on media’s “State of Union” when gotten some information about a model foreseeing that the nation could arrive at 4,000 infection related passings daily if vaccination rates don’t improve.

Fauci said the nation has the “tools to dull” the bend anticipated in the model, especially with vaccines, which have demonstrated to be effective against extreme disease.

“We have 50% of the country not completely vaccinated. That is an issue, especially when you have a variation, similar to Delta, which has this uncommon characteristic of having the option to spread productively and effectively from one person to another,” he said.

“… If we don’t inoculate people, the model will foresee that we will be in a difficult situation as we keep on getting an ever increasing number of cases,” he proceeded.

The country’s top irresistible disease master was likewise found out if health officials would modify mask rules for vaccinated Americans.

“This is under dynamic thought,” he reacted, adding that it was likewise dependent upon nearby specialists to settle on that decision.

“On the off chance that you see what’s happening locally down and dirty in places like LA County, the neighborhood officials have the caution and the CDC concurs with that capacity and carefulness ability to say, ‘You know, you’re in a circumstance where we’re having a great deal of elements of infection so regardless of whether you are vaccinated, you should wear a mask,'” he clarified.

The seven-day normal of new COVID cases in the US was up 53% over the earlier week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.

At present, around 99.5 percent of COVID-19 passings and 97 percent of hospitalizations are among unvaccinated Americans, health officials said.

“This is an issue dominatingly among the unvaccinated, which is the motivation behind why we’re out there for all intents and purposes begging the unvaccinated people to go out and get vaccinated,” Fauci said.