COVID-19: an American Thanksgiving in “fear of the worst”

COVID-19: American Thanksgiving in & ldquo; fear of the worst & rdquo; ></p><p> MISE & Agrave; DAY</p><p> <strong> Nearly 20 million Americans will pass through airports this weekend to celebrate Thanksgiving as a family. Mass movements that could have devastating impacts, according to an expert. </strong></p><p> “With almost no travel restrictions other than wearing a mask, I fear that this epidemic recovery, which is already there, is amplified after family gatherings ”, worried Dr. Julien Cavanagh, assistant professor of neurology at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, in an interview with Philippe-Vincent Foisy on QUB radio.</p><p> < iframe src =

The fifth wave is already well underway in the United States, he said, especially in the Midwest and the New England states.

“This year, we are back with trips and family gatherings quite similar to what we had in 2019. However, we have the vaccination that will still protect about 60% of Americans. It's a game-changer, but not enough to prevent this epidemic resumption, ”said Dr. Cavanagh.


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