There is almost no place in the United States where health experts say the most challenging months of the epidemic in the country will be the countdown to the Covid-19 case.
In mid-September, the U.S. On an average, more than 55,000 new cases are being reported every day – more than dip0% in mid-September – and experts say the country has seen a dramatic decline. On Friday, U.S. Was the most infected in a single day since July. As of Saturday, U.S. More than 1.1 million cases of the virus were reported in the year, and according to Johns Hopkins University, 21,6,6. People have died.
Missouri and Vermont alone saw an improvement of more than 10% in the average number of cases reported last week, according to university data. Connecticut and Florida, on the other hand, have seen a 50% or more increase in cases.
Seventy states saw spikes between 10% and 50%: Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, Nevada, and Nevada. , Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
New cases are stable in the remaining states.
“This is a really sad time, and people need to be careful,” said epidemiologist Dr.
‘The boom is likely to get worse’
On Friday, 10 states recorded their highest one-day counts: Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, according to Johns Hopkins.
As the infection progresses, therefore, so too is hospitalization. In New Mexico, there has been a 101% increase in hospital admissions this month, Gov. Michelle Lugan Grisham said.
Dr. Director of National Health Institutions. More and more hospital admissions will increase the number of daily coronavirus deaths, Francis Collins said.
In July and July Gust, the U.S. outperformed the daily toll. Although an average of 100 coronaviruses die each day, researchers at the University of Washington, D.C., say that 2,300 Americans will die every day in mid-January.
“When we first saw this kind of outbreak in epidemics, in March and April, the virus couldn’t stop everywhere. … The outbreak is likely to get worse than spring or summer,” said Al Sayed, former Detroit health director. .
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Experts say that following months of guidance from authorities can help Americans control the virus: avoiding crowded settings, keeping a distance, keeping small gatherings out and wearing masks.
“This is a good moment for people to stop and ask themselves: ‘What can I do to make sure we’re going to limit further infections?’ Going up, in the wrong direction? ”Collins said Friday.
The tactics have prompted state leaders to push for new restrictions, including mask enforcement and restrictions on gatherings, in hopes of stopping the spread.
Nebraska Govt. Pete Ricketts announced a change in the state’s health measures, requiring hospitals to reserve at least 10% of Stafford General and ICU beds for Covid-19 patients.
In Kentucky, Gov. Yndi Basheer said this month he had instructed officials to move forward with the implementation of the mask and that the governor in New Mexico this week ordered new mass aggregation limits and 10 p.m.
“Every New Mexican can do their part by staying at home, preventing the spread of COVID-19, limiting their interaction with others, and wearing masks.” Grisham tweeted.