More than 10.26 million Americans have been diagnosed with coVID-19. Four more White House staff confirmed the new coronavirus. The NUMBER of new coVID-19 cases in the US may have reached 500,000 in a single day.
According to real-time data of Worldometers, as of 0504, November 9, novel Coronavirus confirmed 50.66 million cases, 412,827 new cases to 506,3041, 1.26 million deaths and 500,645 new cases to 1260,645. The number of countries with more than 100,000 confirmed cases globally rose to 55. In addition, Ethiopia,? More than 90,000 cases have been confirmed in Lebanon and Venezuela.
Novel Coronavirus confirmed cases in the United States amounted to 10.26 million, with an increase of 75,537 cases to 10261,191 cases, accounting for nearly one-fifth of the world’s confirmed cases. The number of deaths reached 240,000, with an increase of 386 to 243,645, accounting for nearly a fifth of global deaths.
More than 126,000 novel Coronavirus cases were reported in the United States for two consecutive days. Medical experts warn that the outbreak is worsening across the country and could lead to a catastrophic winter.
There were 126,480 cases on Friday and 126,742 on Saturday. For the past four days, the number of cases in the United States has hit a single-day high, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
The United States had an average of more than 103,800 new cases over the past seven days as of Saturday, up more than 30 percent from a week earlier, according to an ANALYSIS of Hopkins data by CNBC.
In 38 states, the average number of coVID-19 hospitalizations is now up at least 5 percent, according to A CNBC analysis of COVID-19 tracking program data.
The surge in new cases and hospitalizations has prompted officials in some states and cities to introduce new restrictions, though they are far less severe than those imposed in March and April. In a sign that the epidemic is spreading, Connecticut’s governor last week canceled plans to reopen the state. In Massachusetts, the governor has imposed a curfew on some businesses and asked residents to stay home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.
In El Paso, Texas, county judge Ricardo Samaniego ordered the closure of all non-essential operations as hospitals there began to be overwhelmed by a rise in covid-19 patients. Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has also imposed new restrictions on businesses in Chicago and surrounding counties because of an increase in cases there.
Epidemiologists and medical experts warn that the dynamics of this pandemic phase are different from what the country experienced in the spring and summer. In the early days of the pandemic, the virus was circulating in some parts of the United States, but now it is spreading rapidly in almost every community in the country, Christine Peterson, an epidemiologist at the University of Iowa, said in a telephone interview.
“It’s going to be bad, and I think it’s going to get worse in a different way,” she said. Because you’re going to have a lot of patients in a lot of small places, not just morgue trucks and densely populated areas. So it’s hard to see a significant impact because it’s spreading in these small town hospitals, but they’re really struggling.”
The virus was most widespread in the New York City area and several other cities this spring. In the summer, it spreads fastest in the so-called “sun belt”. But now, according to data from Hopkins, the virus is spreading fastest in the nation’s heartland, adjusted for population, in states like Dakota, Wisconsin and Iowa.
Medical systems in these areas may be more easily overwhelmed by the influx of coVID-19 patients than medical centers in large cities, Peterson said. She added that while doctors already know many effective ways to treat coVID-19 patients, it does not mean that every doctor is ready to do so.
“It’s worth remembering that doctors as a group have learned how to treat this disease better, but that doesn’t mean that doctors in northeast Iowa have seen this disease,” she said. They see it now, they didn’t see it in March.”
“The worst of the epidemic is almost certainly ahead of us,” Dr. Megan Ranney, an emergency physician and director of brown’s Digital Healthy Life Center, told CNBC.
Maintaining a strong health care workforce will be a real challenge in the coming months, she said. The country’s supply of personal protective equipment, such as masks and gowns to protect health workers from infection, remains limited. Not to mention, doctors and nurses are increasingly exhausted by the growing number of COVID-19 patients, she added.
“In the early stages, we were able to provide some additional resources to the worst-hit areas,” she said. “Now, we are seeing this epidemic spread everywhere, every American is at risk, and every hospital and every health care system is under strain.”
Four more White House staff members confirmed the new coronavirus
CBS News reported On July 7 that four more White House staff members tested positive for viruses from novel Coronavirus, but the report did not disclose the names of the four.
Following us media reports that White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows tested positive for virus, it is unclear when Meadows was diagnosed. In an interview with the US media last month (25 October), Mark Meadows said the US was not going to contain the outbreak and opposed measures such as wearing masks.
The number of new coVID-19 cases in the United States may double in A single day in December, harvard experts said
Novel Coronavirus will continue to spread quickly, and he won’t be surprised if the number of new confirmed cases in a single day in the U.S. in December doubles the current figure, Lipsick, an epidemiologist at Harvard University, told JAMA, CNN reported.
Gottlieb, the former HEAD of the US Food and Drug Administration, said that the number of new coVID-19 infections in the US may have reached 500,000 in a single day, according to the WEBSITE of CONSUMER News & Business Channel. He said that the number of cases actually detected and confirmed may be only one-fifth of the actual number of infections.