The Institute ressed said that if precautionary measures were not tightened and the commitment to wear a mask, the total number of deaths in the United States in April could reach 770 thousand cases, and estimates show that the death toll will reach by mid-January, when the daily death toll reaches 3,000 cases, now 2,500 cases.
He added that vaccinations are expected to save 9,000 lives by April alone, and that the number could reach 14,000 if the rapid vaccine scale was developed to target the highest-risk individuals.
The institute noted that if the U.S. states tightened the measures, the number of mask wearers could reach 95 percent, saving 66,000 people, explaining that only 71 percent represent those responsible for wearing the mask when leaving home.
The institute predicts that by the end of the year, Kovid-19 disease will be the second leading cause of death after heart disease.
He is a professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine. Jonathan Rainer expects the death toll to double in two weeks, reaching an average of 4,000 cases per day.
Adolf Edward, chief executive of the L Center Medical Center in California, said they passed the breaking point but officers were crushed.
“We are at war with Kovid,” he said, adding that he did not know when the outbreak would end and did not understand how long the hospital team would face the increase in the number of cases.