Local officials said the Pennsylvania Amish community could have become the first group achieved in the United States. Herd immunity..
according to New York post According to reports, managers of a medical center in the heart of the New Holland Autonomous Region of Lancaster County, known for the Amish and Mennonite communities, estimate that 90% of religious families have been infected with COVID in at least one family. Masu-19.
Allen Huber, administrator of the Palochial Medical Center, said COVID-19 would be considered contagious enough to say, “It will be transmitted like a tsunami, but it was actually transmitted.” The medical center serves religious groups with 33,000 patients.
Initially, the Amish and Mennonite groups closed the school building and canceled church services in accordance with a home order at the beginning of the pandemic.
However, by late April 2020, they had returned to worship, where they shared a holy kiss with communion police and church greetings were practiced by believers.
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During the pandemic, the Amish and Mennonite groups closed the school building and canceled church services in accordance with home orders during the pandemic.
COVID-19 positive rate exceeds 20%
Shortly after resuming worship COVID-19 (new coronavirus infection) The infection was reportedly torn across the religious community.
Pam Cooper, a doctor’s assistant at the Parochial Medical Center, said it was bad in the spring. One patient was infected one after another.
according to Covid Act NowFrom late April to early May, a non-profit organization, the county’s positive rate for the COVID-19 test exceeded 20%.
Nonetheless, Hoover estimates that less than 10% of symptomatic patients have agreed to be tested, making it impossible to know the overall extent of the virus’s outbreak. Said.
A doctor’s assistant also said that on average, nearly 12 infections occur daily in healthcare centers, and about 15 percent of patients are infected daily.
Herd immunity, possible but rare
The transmission receded throughout the summer, but before recovering again in the fall, Hoover said the new COVID-19 cases are now “much less.”
The center had no patients showing symptoms of the virus for about six weeks, a doctor’s assistant added.
Nonetheless, some experts are more skeptical that the large outbreak has resulted in widespread immunity within the community.
Washington State University Infectious disease epidemiologist Eric Lofgren said that, although rare, herd immunity is possible.
He added that it would be the first general population in the country to do it. Experts suggest that as many as 90 percent of people need to be infected with the virus to gain herd immunity. Some say that the exact threshold remains unknown.
According to Professor David Daudi of the Department of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, what matters is that there is essentially no “magic number.”
Some experts warn that previous infections may not be sufficient to protect against new variants of COVID-19.
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