US President Joe Biden said that the number of deaths due to coronavirus in the country has come down significantly due to the vaccination program, but the country needs to be vigilant about the ‘delta’ variant of Kovid-19. Biden stressed the need to vaccinate people, saying that most of the patients who have died due to Kovid-19 and who have had to be hospitalized are people who were not vaccinated.
The ‘Delta’ variant B.1.617.2, which spreads very rapidly, was first detected in India in December last and is now spreading rapidly across the world. The ‘delta’ variant is the cause of 80 percent of new cases of infection in some parts of the US. Biden said in the second meeting of his cabinet on the completion of six months of his administration on Tuesday that the number of deaths due to Kovid-19 has fallen sharply and the number of deaths due to the vaccination program has fallen by about 90 percent. I have come.
Need to be cautious about Delta variants: Biden
“But we need to be careful about the ‘Delta’ variant. Cases of Kovid-19 are increasing, but the patients who have died due to Kovid-19 and who have had to be hospitalized are virtually all people who were not vaccinated. ” Biden said. That means the safest way is to get vaccinated, and “so we’re looking at the next step to get people who haven’t been vaccinated,” he said. We will help the world with vaccination. We are trying to create employment again and develop middle class not only in the country but also in other countries. It is in our interest to improve the economy of these countries.