A surge in new crown-confirmed cases has occurred in some reopened areas of the United States

According tomedia reports, some U.S. states and counties began to relax the new crown blockade, locals can return to work, attend rallies, visit parks and beaches. There are now reports that new crown-confirmed cases have increased in many areas in the days to the weeks after the reopening began, with more people flooding into medical centres than in previous weeks.

A surge in new crown-confirmed cases has occurred in some reopened areas of the United States

The Los Angeles Times reported a sharp surge in new crown-confirmed cases in Sonoma County, California. That number began to rise after the county eased restrictions on many public gatherings and business services. In just two weeks, officials have seen 203 new cases, more than double the previous rate.

Sonoma County health officials believe many of the cases may be related to the return of employees to work at recently reopened businesses. If only one employee is positive for the new crown and is asymptomatic, it can easily spread to other employees, especially if they are not wearing masks and other precautions.

Several U.S. counties have only recently begun to relax restrictions on activities such as business premises and public gatherings. Parks and beaches that had been closed have also reopened, and residents have flocked back to the area. Despite the urgings of health experts, many of those gathered in these places did not wear masks or take any special measures to protect themselves and others.