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2020 Olympics: Latest news on Covid-positive athletes and the pandemic

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There are already countries that require already, to be double jabbed as a condition of quarantine-free travel, and I'm afraid that list seems likely to grow," he continued.From CNN’s Sarah BranerExpect serious illness, hospitalization and death among people who are not vaccinated against Covid-19, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday.“This is a virus that has now shown us that it has a very strong capability of more efficiently spreading from person to person than the previous prototype viruses that we've experienced,” Fauci told CNN’s Kate Bolduan.Fauci stressed that vaccinated people are still protected “very well – to the tune of 90% or more – against hospitalizations, severe disease and deaths,” and that this has “held strong, regardless of where the study is – in the United States or in several foreign countries.”“So although you're dealing with a virus that because of this extreme capability of spreading from person to person, is causing more infections including breakthrough infections of vaccinated people, for those who are vaccinated, it's still doing very well against severe disease,” he said.“Unfortunately, we can't say the same for unvaccinated people. … We can expect among the unvaccinated hospitalizations, and eventually in some situations, deaths," he added.From CNN's Naomi ThomasDr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CNN’s Kate Bolduan on Monday that people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 have diminished risk when traveling – and that decisions about traveling are relative risk evaluations.Fauci said that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has made it very clear that the risk of infection when traveling – and in travel hubs like airports – is increased compared to not traveling, but also that vaccinated people can feel that their risk is “dramatically diminished because they are vaccinated.”“It’s going to be a relative risk evaluation on the part of people,” he said.

As said here by By <a href="/profiles/meg-wagner">Meg Wagner</a>, Melissa Macaya, <a href="/profiles/melissa-mahtani">Melissa Mahtani</a>, Mike Hayes and <a href="/profiles/veronica-rocha">Veronica Rocha</a>, CNN