Original title: The United States ‘fight against SARS captain’ Fauci: new crown pneumonia is likely to become a seasonal disease
[text / observer network Wang pure] new crown epidemic continues to wreak havoc in the United States, confirmed the number has exceeded three hundred thousand “turning point” in sight . Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is known as the “Captain of the US Anti-epidemic”, gave a very pessimistic prediction.
According to the “Capitol Hill” report, Fuch, a member of the White House New Crown Outbreak Special Group, said on April 5 that the new crown pneumonia may become a “seasonal disease.” He believes that this disease is “uncontrollable” globally this year.
Fuchs was at the CBS that day The “Facing the Nation” program said: “We need to be prepared because it (new crown virus) is unlikely to be completely eradicated from the earth. When we enter the next quarter, we may see the new crown epidemic recover.”
Foch said he hopes that when the virus recovers in the next quarter, the United States can take interventions that were “not taken at the beginning of the outbreak.” He also emphasized on the show that it is a “wrong statement” that the US government has controlled the new crown epidemic.
This is not the first time Fodge has mentioned that the new coronavirus will become a seasonal disease. At the White House ’s regular epidemic briefing on the 30th of last month, in response to a reporter ’s question, Fodge stated that the US new crown epidemic may return this fall, but he believes that the US government “can better test, identify, isolate, patient Tracking traceability. By then (the US government) will increase the capacity to respond now than several orders of magnitude. ”
Johns Hopkins University, real-time data, as local time at 18:00 on April 5 in the morning (Beijing time on the 6th 6 points), the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States reached 335,524 cases, 9562 deaths and 17,266 cured cases. Among them, the number of confirmed cases in New York State reached 122,916, with more than 4,000 deaths, accounting for more than one-third of the total number of new diagnoses and deaths of new coronary pneumonia in the United States.