Minnesota fall 2022 COVID hospitalization and death predictions
” Rhame said he is worried about a fall surge of the virus, with school back in session and people spending more time indoors unmasked.
” “I personally would expect a fall surge because usually there is for respiratory viruses,” Rhame said.
Rhame said the COVID-19 trajectory would also depend on booster uptake and if any new variants of the virus emerge.
Rhame said he does not expect major waves like we saw earlier in the pandemic but believes people should still take precautions, such as getting vaccinated and boosted.
A key message is get the new vaccine this fall,” Rhame said.
But people are going to go back indoors more and there’s going to be a lot of kids at school spreading it amongst themselves and that will slop over to those of us who are more vulnerable.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new COVID-19 Forecast Hub shows hospitalization and death predictions for Minnesota heading into the fall.
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