You don’t have to fake things to be scared of.
The really frightening things in this world are evident, and terrifying on their own.
This is why the new focus on the percentage of new Delta variant cases is nothing to be worried about.
The Hill has the latest.
The delta variant made up the majority of U.S. COVID-19 cases for the first time for the two weeks ending July 3, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Illustrating the rapid rise in the prevalence of the variant, the proportion of U.S. COVID-19 cases that were the delta variant rose from 30.4 percent for the two weeks ending June 19 to 51.7 percent for the two weeks ending July 3.
The delta variant is highly transmissible, and experts are warning that it could cause localized spikes in cases in areas of the country with low vaccination rates, such as the South.
Sounds scary right?
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