Based on estimates from a range of external models, the United States could see 100 million COVID-19 infections this fall and winter. These models are being closely tracked by the government, both fall and winter. Officials said the estimate was based on a baseline assumption that no additional resources or additional mitigation measures were taken, including new COVID-19 funding from Congress, or dramatic new variations.
Therefore, if antibodies are generated in time, social distancing should be maintained, masks should be worn and hands should be washed frequently to avoid secondary infection.
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