Fudge: the United States will pay a huge death price for trying mass immunization

In a live interview with Hollywood movie star Matthew McConnell on instagram, the chief infectious disease expert of the United States and director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases, said that if the United States allowed the epidemic to spread wantonly and tried to achieve mass immunization, there would be a lot of people, especially deaths. According to CNN, group immunity means that most people are immune to certain diseases through infection, rehabilitation or vaccination. When this happens, other people who have no immunity are less likely to get the virus because of the lack of infection vectors. However, if all people were infected with the new coronavirus, even if a large number of people did not show symptoms, many people would die as a result. “In the United States, there are a lot of people with obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes. If all people are infected, then the death toll will be huge and absolutely unacceptable According to data released by Johns Hopkins University on the 14th, at least 167298 people in the United States have died of the new coronavirus, and the number of people infected with the virus has reached more than 5.2 million. The number of new coronavirus infections will continue to increase in the next three weeks, according to the forecast released by the Centers for Disease Control and prevention. By September 5, the death toll is likely to reach 188982, and the final death toll is expected to reach about 200000. “We have to follow the new coronavirus epidemic prevention measures, or it could cause the biggest crisis in the history of public health in the United States.” < / P > < p > it is not clear to medical staff whether people who have been infected with the new coronavirus will develop immunity. Although it is suggested that the control should be released to allow the virus to spread freely among the population, it may cause a huge disaster for the hospital. Countries such as New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea performed much better than the United States in the face of the new epidemic, according to fudge. “Unlike the United States, these countries have taken a more effective approach to social isolation, and the faster isolation takes place, the faster the economy can return to normal. Public health and economic development are not mutually exclusive. Unless we work together, we cannot control the new epidemic. ”