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Potential Surge Threat Warning Over Unvaccinated Cases in the US
With The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) upcoming expert panel on vaccinations and booster strategy in April, along with the possible BA.2 surge soon to hit the country, every U.S. adult is urged to get vaccinated.
Now, The Warnings Should Not Be Taken Lightly
Those left unvaccinated in the country are urged to heed firm warnings and remain vigilant. At a time when vaccination rates and booster rates in the U.S. have stalled, it is hoped that this warning will positively impact vaccination rates across the country and see them reach 100%.
“As a news report revealed, “But, as of Monday, about a quarter of eligible adults were still not fully vaccinated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
”The news sources continues, “Experts said there should be renewed urgency for people to get vaccinated now as the United States braces for another potential surge, driven by BA.2, which is sweeping through some European countries.”
Keep Motivation Up For Vaccinations
While the Biden administration continues to lessen COVID restrictions, and the possible dropping of the mask mandate could come to light soon, it is important for those unvaccinated to not fall victim to unmotivated actions.
Despite the U.S. public shifting toward the ‘new-normal,’ those unvaccinated should not gear towards the same shift as those vaccinated but rather get vaccinated.
Now To Prevent Future Health Problems and Lack of Treatment
Now, with COVID funds stalled, unvaccinated U.S. adults could face potential health concerns and lack of treatment should they not get vaccinated and become infected.
Before the possible surge hits, it’s imperative that all U.S. citizens have their vaccination and tools in place to address this potential surge. As rightfully said, “The booster and vaccine is a path back for the country regardless of what happens next with BA.2.”