The United States monitors the first micron case in San Francisco
The United States plans to tighten rules for passenger access
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) indicated that the person infected with the mutated coronavirus returned to the United States on November 22 from a flight from South Africa. All his close contacts were negative.
Wall Street Ashish closed after the first case was confirmed in the US. From the micronized variant of the coronavirus in California. The US government’s lead epidemiologist, Anthony Fauci, clarified yesterday at a White House news conference that it was an individual who returned to the United States from South Africa on November 22 and tested positive for the virus. We knew it was only a matter of time before the first case was discovered in the United States.”
“The individual was fully vaccinated and had mild symptoms“They’re getting better,” Fauci said, adding that according to the information he had, that person had not yet received the booster dose.
Currently, the patient is being quarantined at home, and all of his contacts have been notified and tested negative for covid, Efe reports. Gene sequencing of the case was carried out by the University of California, San Francisco.
In the face of Micron’s expansion, US President Joe Biden’s government plans to enact stricter rules for all travelers arriving in the country, including returning Americans, as advanced yesterday Washington Post. Fauci confirmed yesterday that Everyone entering the US will have to take a test for 24 hours before boarding the plane. Once in the country, travelers will be recommended to quarantine and take a new coronavirus test three days after arrival.
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