“A really annoying time, and people have to be careful,” epidemiologist Dr. Abdul al-Saeed told CNN on Saturday.
“When we saw such broadcasts in the first pandemic, in March and April, the virus was not sown everywhere … The potential of this surge is likely to worsen compared to either spring or summer,” L. Syed, Detroit’s former health director, said.
According to Johns Hopkins University data, the US reported more than 69,100 new Kovid-19 infections on Friday – the highest at about 71,300 a day, reported on July 29.
According to Johns Hopkins, ten states reported their highest one-day cases on Friday: Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
For the whole country, cases are coming up as the heat rises.
The Daily US case average had risen to about 34,300 as of 12 September. But now, the country has seen more than 55,000 new cases reported daily compared to the previous week – more than 60% after the fall in mid-September.
Kovid-19 is also making a nationwide foray into the hospital. Director of the National Institutes of Health, Drs. They will probably be followed by an increase in daily coronavirus deaths, says Francis Collins.
“It’s a good moment for people to stop themselves and ask, ‘What can I do to make sure that we limit further infections that would otherwise be kicking in front of us in cold weather and people coming home?’ Are in., And those curves are going upward in the wrong direction? ‘”Collins said on Friday.
New Mexico Village. Michelle Lujan Grisham said her state has grown by 101% this month.
“Every new Mexican must do his part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by staying in the house, limiting his interactions with others, and wearing his mask,” He tweeted.
The country has recently killed nearly 700 Kovid-19s in a single day, below the daily toll above 1,000 from late July to mid-August.
But researchers at the University of Washington say more than 2,300 Americans can die daily by the middle of January, and by February 1, a total of more than 389,000 people in the US may die from the virus.
More than 219,000 people have died in the nationwide Kovid-19 since the onset of the epidemic. There are just over 8 million US cases.
‘We are in a new wave of increasing positivity in Kovid-19 cases’
According to Johns Hopkins University data, more than 30 states — scattered throughout the US – have accumulated more new cases in the past week than in the previous week.
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Experts say that keeping in mind the guidelines the Americans have been avoiding for months can help bring the virus under control: avoiding crowded settings, keeping distance, keeping small gatherings out, and Wearing a mask
The upticks have prompted state leaders to pursue new measures in hopes of curbing the spread, such as implementing masks and collecting borders.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Rickets announced changes to state health measures requiring hospitals to reserve at least 10% of normal and ICU beds for Kovid-19 patients.
In New Mexico, this week’s governor ordered a 10 am time limit for the boundaries of the new mass gathering and the bartenders. And in Kentucky, Gov. Andy Beshear said that this month he directed officials to increase mask enforcement.
Surgeon General of America Dr. Jerome Adams addressed the rise of new cases and hospitals in Wisconsin and said the state’s test-positivity is “going in the wrong direction.”
“It is important that we really understand where this virus is roaming so that we can get cases under control and reverse positivity,” he said on Friday, announcing a new test location in Nekeha, Wisconsin.
Minnesota’s outbreak tied to Trump’s rally
In Minnesota, public health officials say they have so far detected at least 20 cases of the virus for a rally or related events organized by President Donald Trump last month.
Out of 20 cases, 16 people are among those who attended the rally. Four people said they participated in counter-protests on the same day, the state’s health department told CNN.
The state has detected a total of 28 cases in various campaign programs in recent weeks. A Democratic presidential nominee was associated with a rally for Joe Biden and three were linked to a speech in Minneapolis by Vice President Mike Pence at the end of September.
Trump attended a rally in Muskegon, Michigan on Saturday, a day after the state reported that it was the most new case in a day.
Michigan Gov. Gechen Whitmer has encouraged those who were planning to wear masks and go social distances. Hours before the rally, health officials reported 1,791 new Kovid-19 cases a day.
And in Tucson, Arizona, where Trump is scheduled to hold a political rally on Monday, the mayor wrote an open letter to remind officials in the city and county of “the effect of various ordinances.”
Mayor Regina Romero wrote, “It would be very unfortunate if a gathering jeopardized all the progress made so far.”
Pfizer announces Kovid-19 vaccine plans
In an open letter published on Friday by Albert Borla, Pfizer’s chairman and CEO, the company said it plans to apply for an emergency use authority for the Kovid-19 vaccine in early November.
The letter states, “Assuming positive data, Pfizer will apply for emergency authority use in the US immediately after achieving the safety milestone in the third week of November.”
But first, Borla wrote, the vaccine must prove safe and effective in preventing disease.
“And finally, we must demonstrate that vaccines can be manufactured consistently to the highest quality standards,” Borla wrote.
Once a vaccine is approved in the US, CVS and Walgren pharmacies are designated to help deliver free vaccines to long-term care facilities, federal officials confirmed. It will be up to two drug chains to figure out how to distribute vaccines, including cold storage requirements and personal protective equipment.
Paul Mango, deputy chief of staff for policy at the Department of Health and Human Services, told reporters, “This is a completely voluntary program on behalf of each nursing home. It is an opt-in program.”