A CDC internal document states that vaccinated individuals can transmit the Delta variant as easily as those who are not vaccinated.
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According to documents internal from the US Centers for Disease Control ( CDC ), the Delta version of SASRCov2 is as contagious and infectious as chickenpox.
T have Washington Post reports that this variant COVID-19 could cause greater complications and that vaccines are the best way to protect yourself “against such contagious variant acting almost like a new virus”.
Rochelle Walensky (director of the CDC) stated in an interview with CNN that this virus is “comparable to measles and chickenpox” and “one of the most contagious known viruses.”
EFE, a Spanish-language news agency in Spanish, reports that today’s CDC recommendations will include the recommendation that those who received COVID-19 vaccination continue wearing face masks indoors. In Mexico, masks are mandatory for everyone regardless of whether they have been vaccinated.
The Post stated that the internal CDC document noted that vaccinated individuals can pass the Delta variant just as easily as those who are not vaccinated. It also indicates that Delta is more contagious than Ebola and seasonal flu and common colds, as well as being as contagious like chickenpox.
According to El Pais, COVID-19 has already been identified as the second leading cause of death in Mexico. Since the outbreak, 2.8 million Mexicans tested positive for COVID-19, resulting in 239,997 deaths.
Publited Fri, 30 July 2021 at 18:02:05 +0000