8 Crucial Things You Didn’t Know About the Delta Variant

  1. Masks are still recommended, even for fully vaccinated people

Prevention is always better than cure, that’s why health experts are still advocating for the wearing of masks, even in the case of fully vaccinated people. Given Delta’s much higher transmission rate than its predecessors, large gatherings with people whose vaccination status is unknown should also be avoided.

According to the CDC, about a third of the COVID-related hospitalizations among vaccinated adults were in immunocompromised patients. For this reason, masks should still be worn by everyone, especially in unsafe environments. Also, the FDA has recently authorized a third dose for vaccinated Americans in order to boost their protection against the virus and its developing strains.

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    These people who are afraid of the vaccine, realize after they lose a loved one they were afraid of the wrong thing. Get vaccinated! As many people say “it can’t hurt” and there’s a good chance it save somebody’s life. Along with, your hospital may have an empty bed if all the people are vaccinated. It may save somebody’s life with cancer ,stroke, or auto accident. If there are no beds because the unvaccinated fill them with covid-19 patients, they might send one of your loved ones away to die from something else. I saw several families who lost loved ones to cancer and other situations because the beds were full. How do you think they feel about you now?


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