Foucault has warned Americans that the worst COVID-19 is yet to come

Dr Anthony Fawcett said on Sunday that he believed that Covid-1. The worst in the epidemic still remains – and Americans should sound the “boom” for the post-holiday season.

“We can very well see the post-season – in the sense of Christmas, New Years – the boom or, as I describe it, the boom on a boom,” Fawcett told CNN anchor Dana Bash on “State Union.”

Asked if he predicts that “bad is yet to come,” Fawcett said, “I do.”

“If you take a look at the opera, the range of cases we’ve experienced since we met late fall and early winter, it’s really annoying,” said the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

However, Fawcett said the COVID-19 vaccine is on track to reach healthy Americans by April – despite an initial rollout from the 20 million dose target for December.

Fawcett said he believes the U.S. Will “catch up” in the next few months, although so far only about 1.9 million doses of the vaccine have been given.

“Of course, when you compare 2 million to 20 million, that’s a big difference,” Fawcett said.

“Whenever you roll out a big program of a comprehensive vaccine program with this type of brand new vaccine, it always slows down in the beginning and then starts to gain momentum.”

Fawcett said he believes the rollout spring into you will get “more and more momentum”.

“I think we’ll hold the projection that in mid-April, in mid-April, you will take high-priority people and already have them accounted for and then anyone can get vaccinated,” Fawcett said. .