The CDC director warns of “imminent ruin” as the COVID-19 case is pointing upwards.

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Biden CDC Director is afraid of another COVID surge’s “imminent ruin”: “Now I’m scared”

Dr. Rochelle Warrensky, CDC director under President Biden, says he has a sense of “imminent ruin” that the country is facing a fourth wave of COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations, and deaths. Stated. “We’re about to be there, but it’s not perfect yet,” Valensky told reporters at a virtual press conference. In the last two weeks, cases have increased by 15% and hospitalizations and deaths have decreased by 5% and 29%, respectively, according to the New York Times COVID follow-up. “Pause here, lose the script, and look back on the recurring feelings about the imminent fate,” she said. “We have a lot of things to look forward to, many promises and possibilities of where we are, and many reasons for hope, but now we are scared.” NEW: With US Coronavirus Cases Warensky, CDC Director on Increased Hospitalization: “Now I’m scared … I want to do it very badly. Please wait a little longer.” — NBC News (@NBCNews) ) March 29, 2021 Warrensky said: , As a daughter, quoting the number of COVID cases in France, Germany, and Italy as a precursor to potential COVID in the United States. In recent weeks, she explained, “these countries have consistently experienced a surge in worrisome cases.” In the last two weeks, France and Germany have increased their daily moving averages by about 13,000 to 37,500 and 6,000 to 16,000, respectively, and Italy has leveled off at about 22,000, according to Johns Hopkins data. Comparing vaccination data, the United States has 143 million doses, covering an estimated 22% of the population, while France, Germany, and Italy have a total of 31.3 million doses, 8.0, 7.4, and 7.7%, respectively. It covers. “We are not helpless. We can change the trajectory of this pandemic,” Warensky continued. “But we all need to re-commit to following public health prevention strategies consistently while striving to vaccinate the general public in the United States.”