Most passengers pass through airports since March, the day before Christmas Eve.
According to the Transport and Security Administration, a total of 1.19 million passengers passed through checkpoints at airports across the country on Wednesday. It has the highest number of passengers since March, according to TSA figures, which topped the number of 1.17 million passengers passing through airports on weekends after thanks to the TSA.
Despite the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, millions of Americans traveled through airports during the week of Thanksgiving Holiday, urging the public to do so.
Coupled with the consequences of the epidemic and fatigue of people living indoors due to cold weather, the amount of thanksgiving and gathering proved fatal: As reported earlier this month by Morgan McFall-Johnson of Business Insider, More than 47,000 people have died of coronovirus since Thanksgiving.
After the Christmas holiday, the country’s leading infectious disease specialist, Drs. Anthony Fauci told the Washington Post that he advises the public to “stay at home as much as possible, keep your conversations as close as possible to the members of the household” and noted that this time’s vacation “cannot be business as usual” Huh.
Nurses on the frontlines told Business Insider’s Allana Akhtar that they expect cases to boom after the winter holidays, similar to what they saw after Thanksgiving.
“We are only expecting the number to deteriorate, unfortunately, unfortunately,” said Sarah Curren, a nurse at Michigan’s ICU.
The severely high number of journeys fall amid severe milestones related to coronovirus. According to Johns Hopkins University, by Saturday the US crossed 18.7 million cases of coronovirus. According to the COVID tracking project, the US has seen a 7.6% increase in the number of cases in the past week, and due to the greater number of cases, some areas such as California are setting up outside tents to make room for patients. .