Here’s how the new COVID variant spreads faster to vulnerable groups resulting in increasing cases in the United States.
New COVID Variant Continue to Spread Faster and Affect Vulnerable Groups Resulting in Increasing COVID Cases and Hospitalizations
The new COVID variant reportedly continued to spread faster and affect the health of vulnerable groups, resulting in increasing COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations over the past weeks after the new COVID variant was discovered.
According to a report published in US News, the new COVID variant reportedly first mutated in August; however, most health experts neglected it because the new COVID variant did not immediately spread in states.
When the cases of the new COVID variant increased, that was when health experts and officials focused on learning more about the new COVID variant as it already spread faster than they expected, affecting more vulnerable groups and causing other severe illnesses.
Ongoing Research Continues to Learn About New COVID Variant While Health Officials Ensure New Vaccines Are Coming
Following the increasing cases and hospitalizations of the new COVID variant, health officials ensured that new vaccines were available for vulnerable groups, including young children and seniors, to ensure public health.
Ongoing research also continued to learn more about the new COVID variant and how to prevent its spreading amidst the increasing cases and hospitalizations as it continued to put public health at risk, Health Day reported.