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“Each country has different contexts of why their situation is worse than elsewhere,” Mojgan Sami, assistant professor of public health at Cal State Fullerton, told Univision News. 

The scientist expressed that the problem in the U.S. has been mainly due to a lack of “national leadership that is based on science and evidence.” She added, “We have the highest number of daily transmissions — more than any other country, and the highest range of hospitalizations because we do not have a national plan, and there is a rejection by the political leadership to make difficult decisions.” 

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