The Next “Surge Event,” According to the CDC Director

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The COVID-19 situation is not going as expected in the United States, as the number of cases continues to dramatically surge, with more than 300,000 coronavirus cases recorded on Friday, January 8, the highest number ever registered since the beginning of the pandemic. Additionally, the highest number of COVID-19 deaths has been recorded on January 7, with more than 4,000 a day, as data from The Washington Post showed.

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With the alarming records in the States and the COVID vaccine might take a while until it will be available for everyone, people need to follow the safety measures now more than ever. According to experts, the surge we’re now seeing is caused by last month’s holiday gatherings and traveling. However, the United State’s leading health figures are now worried that another even could cause an even larger surge.

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Robert Redfield, MD, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has talked about the riots in the U.S. Capitol in an interview with the news site McClatchy and even said that: “I do think you have to anticipate that this is another surge event. You had largely unmasked individuals in a non-distanced fashion, who were all through the Capitol.”

Read on to find out how dangerous can riots be, especially now in a worldwide pandemic, and see how much damage can they do!

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