The Orlando nightclub massacre has prompted a mass evacuation of the city’s population, and people have begun taking advantage of the vaccine’s first-ever emergency vaccination campaign.
Key points:The city of Orlando has seen its death toll rise from 50 to over 1,500 in a matter of hoursThe city has seen over 1.5 million doses of the COVID vaccineThe first of these doses will be distributed in the next 24 hours on FridayAt least five people are still missing, and the city has set up a website to assist those seeking to contact loved ones.
“We’re going to be deploying as many as we can to get everybody vaccinated,” Mayor Buddy Dyer said.
“People who need assistance should dial 407-527-2248, or go to www.orlandosfema.gov.au.”
You can call the number or go through the website.
“The city is sending the first doses of a vaccine, which is the first of its kind in the US.
It’s the first time in history that a US city has had its population vaccinated.
Dr Andrew Wakefield, the director of the Centre for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Newcastle, said the number of people who needed to be vaccinated had been high.”
I think it’s a bit surprising and worrying to see the number going up, because we’ve had a very low number of cases and deaths,” Dr Wakefield said.”
But in terms of the absolute number of deaths, the number is not really a good measure of the seriousness of the situation.
“He said there were many factors that could have contributed to the increase in cases, including people who were in close contact with those who had died, or who had come into contact with the deceased.”
Dr Wakefield and Dr Willards research showed a number of factors could increase the risk of a COVID case.””
There’s a lot more people who haven’t been vaccinated who are more likely to have died.”
Dr Wakefield and Dr Willards research showed a number of factors could increase the risk of a COVID case.
“People with a history of being exposed to virus, people who have had a close contact, people with people who are older, people in their 60s or older, those who have people in close proximity with them are particularly vulnerable to infection,” Dr Waddington said.
“So people in those circumstances, they’re more likely than the general population to have a COIDS event.”
Dr Waddeston said it was likely that some of the deaths were due to infections that had been brought on by a recent travel or other change in the community.
“It is also possible that some people were brought in from the general area, or from other parts of the state, or to the greater Orlando area,” Dr Wade said.
Dr Wake and Dr Wadington said they hoped the vaccination would be enough to avoid a further spike in COVID cases.
“If we don’t get this vaccine then it will not be enough,” Dr Dyer added.
“This will mean a continued increase in COIDS cases in Orlando, and that’s not good for the community or the city.”
The city will distribute the first dose of the Cephalosporin vaccine on Friday, which will contain a high dose of COV-19.
Dr Dyer and Dr Wake expressed hope that the injection would be effective, as many people were still suffering from the virus.
“The vaccine is the only thing that will prevent people from getting sick from the COV,” Dr Gorman said.