14 October October Fresh World News

Car A car temporarily enters the Covid-19 test site in East Orange District Park in Orlando, Florida on October 1.
On October 1, a car temporarily drove through the Covid-19 test site at East Orange District Park in Orlando, Florida. Paul Hennessy / NourPhotos / Getty Images

According to forecasts, the United States is now grappling with the growth of the new Covid-1 surge – which could fill a hospital, kill thousands of Americans in a single day by January, and save young people from long-term complications.

“In early September, we reported about 1,000,000 to 55,000 new cases a day. Now we’re getting back about 1,000,000 new cases a day. And that will continue to grow,” said Dr. Peter. Dean Hotez of the Baylor College of Medicine’s National School of Tropical Medicine said Tuesday.

Wisconsin, Montana, Dakotus – “This is the fall / winter growth that everyone was worried about. And it’s happening now. And it’s happening especially in the Northern Midwest, and the Northern States are getting very tough. But it’s going to happen. At the national level soon enough. “

Across the country, more than 30 states have reported Covid-19 cases in the past week, according to Johns Hopkins University data, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

And Drs. Anthony Fawcett, the country’s top infectious disease specialist, sounded an alarm about test-positivity rates in some states, saying they could be a good indicator that steeper rates are rising in the case rate.

For the whole country, as of Tuesday, in the last week, the positivity of the test averaged 5.1%. But in at least 13 states, the figure was above 10%: in Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming, according to the COWID tracking project.

“You want to see (rates) less than 3%, the best 1% or less,” said Fawcett, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, at an event hosted by American College of American Pathologists.
“We’re starting to see a lot of states over it, which often – in fact, always – predicts a resurgence of so many cases, which historically we know leads to hospitalization and ultimately an increase in deaths. , ”He said.

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Amid rising Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations, local U.S. leaders and public health experts are concerned about the rising tide.