currently, novel coronavirus pneumonia has been diagnosed in the United States, and more than 500 cases have been confirmed, and 160 thousand cases have died. With the autumn flu season approaching, the public health situation in the United States may be even worse. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), warned that if Americans did not follow public health guidelines, the United States could usher in a “worst autumn” in public health, according to NPR on the 12th. The U.S. flu season usually starts in October and worsens between December and February. Redfield’s biggest concern is that many people in the United States do not comply with health regulations such as wearing masks, and less than 50% of people in the United States are vaccinated against influenza. < p > < p > Redfield said less than 50% of people were vaccinated against influenza last year, and this year’s goal is to increase that to 65%. He added that the CDC has purchased an additional 10 million doses of influenza vaccine this year. < p > < p > earlier, fudge, the “key figure” in the United States, also warned in early August that it was important for the United States to control the epidemic before autumn. With the increase of indoor activities in autumn, the transmission risk of influenza virus and new coronavirus will increase. < / P > < p > according to the previous data released by the Centers for Disease Control and prevention of the United States, 12000 to 56000 people died of influenza each year in the United States, and the situation in the 2017-2018 flu season was more serious than now, causing 61000 deaths.