It’s like you have two kinds of America. You have the very vulnerable unvaccinated part and you have the really relatively protected vaccinated part. If you are vaccinated, you are in a very different category than someone who is not vaccinated. — Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser
It’s like you have two kinds of America. You have the very vulnerable unvaccinated part and you have the really relatively protected vaccinated part. If you are vaccinated, you are in a very different category than someone who is not vaccinated. — Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser
Fauci Sounds Alarm Over Low Covid Vaccination Rates
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser, warned on Sunday that the coronavirus pandemic is now “going in the wrong direction” in the United States because too many Americans are still choosing not to get vaccinated.

Asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” program about projections in recent statistical models that coronavirus cases and deaths could surge in the coming months if vaccination rates don’t increase, Dr. Fauci said, “It’s not going to be good.”


With about half of Americans not yet vaccinated and the fast-spreading Delta variant of the virus circulating, Dr. Fauci and a range of current and former health officials expressed exasperation at the situation on Sunday and vigorously pressed the case that vaccination is the best and most effective way to stem the tide of virus cases.

“It is really a pandemic among the unvaccinated,” Dr. Fauci said, adding, “It’s like you have two kinds of America. You have the very vulnerable unvaccinated part and you have the really relatively protected vaccinated part. If you are vaccinated, you are in a very different category than someone who is not vaccinated.”

The situation is so dire that in recent days, even some Republican governors in low-vaccination states have been pointedly exhorting people to get a Covid vaccine.
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