Iowa made a mistake in halting efforts to mitigate COVID-19, according to the CDC director

Iowa made a mistake in halting efforts to mitigate COVID-19, according to the CDC director
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For the inauguration, and at this point in time, you predicted the country will suffer nearly half a million deaths by mid-February. That’s exactly where we are right now. What do you think is the trajectory from this point? You know, I think so much depends on how we act as a country. We still have 100,000 cases a day. We still have between 1,535 and 100 deaths a day. And yet we see some communities relaxing. Some of their mitigation strategies were nowhere outside of the forest. And, as you note, we could be in a much more difficult place if we loosen these mitigation strategies with increasing transferable variants. What I would say now is the time not to let go of our watch. Now is the time to double up. Still with 100,000 cases per day, still with …

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