US predicts country will suffer 100,000,000 new Covid cases by end of year

US predicts country will suffer 100,000,000 new Covid cases by end of year

US predicts country will suffer 100,000,000 new Covid cases by end of year

The Metro says the US could experience 100million coronavirus infections this fall and winter, as well as a wave of deaths, the Biden administration has warned.

A senior administration official shared the projection on Friday in a background briefing as the US approaches 1million Covid deaths. It is part of the administration’s push for Congress to approve billions of dollars more for vaccines, tests and treatments.

The official on Friday did not make a formal projection or provide new data to support it. He attributed it to models outside the pandemic that assume that the Omicron variant and subvariants will keep spreading, according to the Washington Post. The projections do not account for any possible new strains.

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