You Said they are juicing it, meaning trying to get more out of it than it has. Covid is still a top killer of americans so thinking it's being juiced means it's not as sever as it is.My guy, what does this have to do with anything? Relax, you sound very emotional right now. I never said it’s no big deal. Go find where I said that. Be a man and stand by your words because I sure will.
My daughter has it right now. She was supposed to go to camp on Sunday and tested positive Friday and didn’t even tell us she was feeling sick now I have to wait to see if my 1 year old will get itmask usage at the store at like 10%
i know 3 people with covid who i've hung out with in the past week...
still testing negative
Juicing it, as in, pushing that this variant is the worst one yet, which reading the very article posted, makes it not the case.You Said they are juicing it, meaning trying to get more out of it than it has. Covid is still a top killer of americans so thinking it's being juiced means it's not as sever as it is.
Though the variant does not appear to lead to more severe illness, in an interview with CNN on Monday, Topol said that given the extent of BA.5's immune evasion, he expects to see an escalation in hospitalizations, as we've seen in Europe and elsewhere that the variant has taken root. "One good thing is it doesn't appear to be accompanied by the ICU admissions and the deaths as previous variants, but this is definitely concerning," he added.
Public health experts in the US may take some solace from the trajectory of the variant in Europe. WHO's Ryan said last week that while many European countries are experiencing a jump in hospitalizations, "what we're not seeing is an increase in intensive care unit admissions, so the vaccines are very much still working and it is those gaps in immunity that are causing the problem