Last week, the average number of Covid-19 deaths per day was 343, according to data Monday from Johns Hopkins.
Vaccines have been shown to be effective against its varieties, but experts warn that it is important to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
“If a virus is more contagious, you need to have a much higher percentage of the population protected, vaccinated, if you stop the spread,” Drs. Paul Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia.
“We should have a large vaccinated population for many years, if not longer. This virus will operate all the time around the world.”
The higher the prevalence of a virus, the greater the chance that there will be a variety of growths that are more contagious, according to Offit.
The good news: While the spread of many infectious varieties may be less preventable with vaccines, the level of protection still appears to be high, according to Offit.
“I think the vaccines can get you to avoid the hospital, you can’t get out of the ICU, and you can’t die,” he said.
Those with Covid-19 should be vaccinated to be ‘bulletproof,’ says researcher
The researchers reported that memory B-cells in the human immune system continued to generate protection against Covid-19 for at least a year.
Studies have shown that people recovering from coronavirus infection can be more susceptible to new strains of the virus. Yet vaccines, especially mRNA vaccines such as those made by Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna, have provided a strong response that protects people against racists.
Further strengthening a vaccine could expand the protection available to patients, according to the researchers.
“The data suggest that the resilience of individuals who change takes longer and that growing individuals who receive available mRNA vaccines can produce antibodies and memory B cells that need to be protected against the changing different SARS-CoV-2, ”the researchers wrote.
“The antibodies made by memory cells change with increasing width and intensity,” said a molecular immunologist Michel Nussenzweig of The Rockefeller University, who conducted the study.
Nussenzweig said the research should encourage people who previously had Covid-19 to get vaccinated if they haven’t already. “Yes, they need to get vaccinated,” he said. “And if they do it they have to be bulletproof for SARS-CoV-2.”
The first state closes in full opening as well
California was the first state to issue a house order during a pandemic disease. Now, 15 months later, it is fully open as well.
Starting Tuesday, capacity limits and social exclusion requirements will be removed for all businesses.
Major events, such as concerts, conventions and sports still have restrictions – including vaccination certification requirements for those attending indoor outdoor events with 5,000 people or more and recommendations for at outdoor events with more than 10,000 in attendance.
Nearly 72% of Californians are not at least partially vaccinated, and about 47% of state residents are fully vaccinated, Governor Gavin Newsom said Monday.
California has invested $ 116.5 million in incentives for vaccination, including gift cards and cash rewards. On Tuesday, state officials will make a drawing in which 10 vaccinated Californians will each win a $ 1.5 million prize.
People who are fully vaccinated can go without a mask in most situations, but those who have not been vaccinated should still wear a mask in indoor public places.
And masks will be ordered for each of several areas, including public transportation, inside hospitals and inside prisons.
Businesses may need masks at their discretion, and Cal / OSHA is set to adopt new rules for face masks in the workplace.
But because it wasn’t expected until the end of June, Newsom revealed that he would sign an executive order later this week “to clear up anything unclear.”
CNN’s Virginia Langmaid and Cheri Mossburg contributed to this report.