Important Facts about COVID in 2021 vs. 2020
In the United States recorded 31.7 million new COVID-19 cases in 2021, which is an increase of 58% from less than 20 million in 2020.
Younger age groups experienced an increase in COVID-19 cases in 2021 and Non-Hispanic white Americans were the racial / ethnic group most disproportionately affected by COVID-19 deaths.
Looking Ahead to 2022
Debating whether these increases merely reflect increased testing efforts or actual increases in cases is irrelevant; fully vaccinated and asymptomatic people infected with the coronavirus are known to infect others so passive measures to defeat or contain the pandemic will fail. The variants will continue to evolve faster with more evade immune properties (demonstrated by the Delta and Omicron). Additionally, globalization enables the variants to move farther, faster than previous pandemics.
The world death toll has reached holocaust proportions in a fraction of the time. History has shown us that no vaccine has ever eradicated a pandemic and even the most draconian measures applied uniformly can only marginally influence a pandemic. The political rhetoric about masks and vaccines only serves to divide and distract people from addressing the real issue; eliminating the threat.
That is what we do at IMD; we actively eliminate COVID (and all other viruses), bacteria, mold spores (including black mold), fungi, and other harmful pathogens. We do this quickly and efficiently making your home or workplace safer and you healthier.
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