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Only those who haven’t received any syringes or two to prevent COVID-19 infection appear to be at risk with the delta variant of COVID-19. The new variant of COVID-19, the Delta variant, is more responsive. The nation’s unvaccinated people contracted COVID at the rate of about 16,000 a day last month. About half, 8,000 of that daily count, caught the Delta variant in June. The infected person was not given an injection to prevent the virus. Those who fail to take the three available vaccinations to fight off COVID infection are the ones who will continue to catch and spread the disease. Those without Fauci ouchy will double the infection rate in July to 30,000 new daily infections with COVID-19, 60,000 per day in August, etc. The delta variant is expected to double the number of infections every two weeks. But it can only chase those who don’t have a shot. Unvaccinated make up approximately half of the adult population of Lee County.

In June, the Center for Disease Control attributed half of the infections in the United States to the delta variant of COVID-19. Of the 480,000 infections in June, we can assume that around 240,000 were Delta variants. There were 9,000 unfortunate hospital admissions among those 480,000 unvaccinated last month. “Just” 336 completely unnecessary deaths in June have been reported so far from infections attributed to the Delta variant. As with most diseases, people with obesity, smoking, or diabetes are at greater risk of hospitalization and / or death. The boys seem to get sick and ill more with the Delta variant than with the original COVID-19. This could be because almost 85% of all elderly people put a syringe in their arms to avoid this pandemic. Those who have had an injection or two appear to be virtually immune to serious illness.

To skip the disease, isolate yourself, distance yourself socially, wear a mask, and wash your hands often or get an injection in your arm like the Trump family.

Ellen Starbird

Cape Coral

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