Fauci Says Second Wave of Coronavirus is ‘Inevitable’
He made his remarks as ‘quarantine fatigue’ spreads
As antsy Americans show growing signs of “quarantine fatigue” and officials face pressure to ease coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, factories, malls and state governments in many parts of the country are taking steps toward reopening.
But Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said a second wave of infections is “inevitable” in the United States, which has recorded more than 1 million confirmed cases — nearly one-third of the global total. Fauci also warned that “we could be in for a bad fall and a bad winter” if the right countermeasures aren’t put in place.
Here are some significant developments:
- ‘Frostbite’ toes and ‘second-week crashes’ are among the curious and sometimes dangerous phenomena among some covid-19 patients that have caught the interest of medical experts in recent weeks.
- The U.S. economy shrank by 4.8 percent from January through March as it saw the worst slowdown in growth since the Great Recession.
- Nearly half of the world’s workforce is at risk of losing their incomes as the pandemic continues to disrupt lives and economies around the globe, a U.N. agency warned.
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