According to data from Johns Hopkins University, only Missouri and Vermont have reported more than 10% improvement in the average number of reported cases in the past week. Meanwhile, cases increased by 50% or more in Connecticut and Florida and between 10% and 50% in 27 other states.
Those states include Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Huh. South Dakota, Texas, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
New cases remained stable in the remaining states.
‘This boom is likely to worsen’
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.
As the infection has increased, so too, are hospitalized with the virus. New Mexico Village. Michelle Lujan Grisham said her state has grown by 101% this month.
Director of the National Institutes of Health, Drs. Francis Collins said, “There will be more hospitalizations following the increase in daily coronovirus deaths.”
“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.
State leaders impose new restrictions
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
“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.
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.
CNN’s Christina Maxoris, Jason Hanna, Dave Alsup, Chuck Johnson, Andrea Diaz, Naqia McNab, Sameera Saeed, Nadia Koung, Andy Rose and Shelby Lynn Erdman contributed to this report.