DeSantis signed an executive order on Friday evening allowing restaurants and bars to start operating 100% immediately. He cited the economic difficulties of not operating the business at full capacity, according to the order.
Suarez said mandating wearing the mask in public and slowly reopening it had helped the countdown to the coronavirus case in Miami continued.
Nationwide, more than 7 million people were infected and 204,497 died.
Suarez said he’s worried that changes in the state are coming as the flu season escalates and schools are preparing for personal learning to start in mid-October.
“In the next two weeks we will see if he is right in his point of view. But if he is wrong about his point of view … it will be very, very, very difficult for him and it will be a very difficult time,” said Suarez, “because it’s in the middle of the flu season.”
There may be a winter hike looming
“You don’t want to go into the fall and winter with the community spreading at that level, because if you do, you’re going to face a tough situation that will be really difficult,” Fauci told JAMA Editor-in-Chief Dr. Howard Bauschner.
Murray said the winter wave may have already begun in Europe.
Murray said: “Cases are exploding there. So we know that they are coming and we expect to hit the United States soon.”
The natural route can be elusive – even with a vaccine
“By the time enough people are vaccinated … so that you can start thinking about maybe getting more things towards normalcy, it is very likely, as I and others have said, that it will be the third quarter or so of 2021.” , “Said Bauschner. “Maybe even in the fourth quarter.”
Meanwhile, Fauci and other top US experts urged to continue observing safety guidelines, wear masks, stay out of crowded places and wash their hands.
These measures can be life-saving.
Julie Parsonet, one of the study authors: “This research clearly confirms that despite the high rates of COVID-19 in the United States, the number of people with antibodies is still low and we are nowhere near achieving herd immunity.” , Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, in a statement.
“In order for an effective vaccine to be approved, we need to ensure that our most vulnerable populations are reached with prevention measures.”
Christina Maxoris, Nicole Chavez, Jay Croft, Lauren Mascarenhas, Melissa Alonso, Shelby Lynn Erdmann, Andrea Kane and Konstantin Turpin contributed to this report.