Governor Gladys Berejiklian said that as New South Wales (NSW) learns to co-exist with COVID-19, it will eventually provide health procedures through standardized procedures such as an annual booster injection.
Berejiklian told the media today: “Living with Delta means social distancing, QR code, vaccine passport, and it also means getting boosters or vaccinations once a year.” “Most people will get from their workplace or through The GP gets it, just like you get a flu shot.”
However, infectious disease expert and professor at the Australian National University Peter Collignon recently stated that there is evidence that Australia does not need to intensify injections.
Israel is one of the most vaccinated countries in the world. After health officials announced that Pfizer’s effectiveness against the Chinese Communist virus had weakened after six months, Israel has begun to provide booster injections to all citizens.
Despite the high level of vaccination, the country is still struggling to deal with a new wave of infections and hospitalizations. Therefore, Sweden bans all travelers from Israel.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison (Scott Morrison) also Guaranteed The additional 85 million Pfizer vaccines are enough to achieve enhanced coverage throughout 2022.
New South Wales records 1,431 new cases and 12 deaths every day. Berejiklian warned the public that this number will continue to rise until October, which is expected to be the worst month for the state’s health system.
“That’s why we are just asking people, especially in the next two weeks… Every time we leave home, we need to assume that we are infected with the virus,” she said. “So even if you wear a mask, you need to maintain good social distancing.
Berejiklian said that the ongoing lockdown is unsustainable, so people need to learn to coexist with the CCP virus and treat it like the flu.
Yesterday, Berejiklian said that people need to face the truth and “rightly view” the death toll from COVID-19, noting that there were influenza deaths every year before the pandemic.
“The sad reality is that outside of the pandemic, we have 600 to 800 deaths from the flu every year,” she says“At present, there are 8 million citizens who have no choice when to leave their homes-that is impossible to survive.”
She also called for a gradual shift in focus from the number of daily cases to the number of intensive care and vaccination.
“September and October will be the most challenging as we will go through the phase of handling additional ICU hospitalizations,” she said. “But we will also experience an exciting but challenging period of openness.”
Although the New South Wales Health System has been working to expand its ICU bed capacity to nearly 2,000 people, including staff, Berejiklian admits that the system will become stretched as the number reaches its peak in the coming weeks.
Next week, the New South Wales Government will release a detailed plan for the health system to respond to stress.
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times