Delta Variant Surges In South Florida To 90% Of Jackson-UHealth Patients August 2, 2021

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In addition to the concern the unvaccinated will get seriously ill or die, Andrews and Dr. Howard Kessler, of Physicians for Social Responsibility, cited a more long-term risk: if not enough people get the shots, the virus could mutate again and again into something even worse.

“When the vaccine is available and you don’t get vaccinated, you are providing that virus with millions of more hosts in which that virus can mutate,’ Kessler said.


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