U.S. second new case to surge restart fear of “dead”

According to local time on the 25th, the United States 24 hours of new new crown pneumonia confirmed cases more than 40,000 cases, almost touching the outbreak since the outbreak of the number of new cases in a single day, the cumulative number of confirmed cases has exceeded 2.4 million. While senior U.S. officials have denied the second outbreak, the second peak of new confirmed cases appears to be clear on the chart.

Original title: North American Watch’s second new case in the U.S. is raging, restarts fear of “death”Source: CCTV News Client

Trends in the increasing number of confirmed cases of new crown pneumonia in the United States

Multi-state freeze on restart plan

25, Alabama, Nevada and other reported a new single-day confirmed case, Texas for the third consecutive day to record new single-day cases.

North Carolina, Texas and Florida have announced suspensions for further restarts. California Governor Newsom said the state would also consider delaying the restart if the case further increased pressure on the health care system. Texas Governor Abbott on the 24th publicly urged residents not to go out, “the safest place is home.”

With the widespread reboot in the United States, many people have developed the virus “amnesia” and too many have lost their guard, According to Fortune.

As the outbreak spread again, several states were forced to impose mandatory wearmasks, and the worst scenario for state officials was a return to a state of total shutdown. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said, “The growing numbers are getting us to press the ‘pause button’ and try to smooth the trend.” “

Case growth curve horrides risk of run-off on medical resources

New confirmed cases rise in 29 U.S. states

According to the New York Times, the number of new confirmed cases has risen in 29 states in the past two weeks, and the growth curve has almost straight up in many states, including texas, Florida and California.

Texas was one of the first to ease the epidemic, and the state began its first phase of re-launching on May 1st, taking just a month to “run” into the third phase, and the number of confirmed cases has increased dramatically.

It took 32 days for the cumulative number of confirmed cases in Texas to reach 10,000, followed by 12 days to 20,000, and in the last three days, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in Texas jumped from 90,000 to 100,000.

Texas Medical Center’s projections of hospital bed occupancy are a more striking picture: If current trends continue, by early July, Texas’s medical resources will run out, without beds, and intensive care facilities will become even more scarce.

Forecast of hospital bed occupancy in the state by texas medical center

Peter Hotez, co-director of the Vaccine Development Center at Texas Children’s Hospital, warned Wednesday that if the situation continues, Houston could become the most affected city in the United States, and people will see “apocalyptic” cases.

The U.S. outbreak is a “fuzzy account”

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Friday that the true number of infections in the United States may be 10 times the total number of confirmed cases. Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said more than 23 million people in the U.S. may actually be infected with the new coronavirus, and the average age of infected people is being observed to be declining.

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who is visiting Ohio, stressed Friday that “the number of confirmed cases in 38 states has remained stable or even declined”, a far cry from the statistics of the mainstream media in the United States.

Not only that, but American public opinion is full of contradictory and even confusing messages about testing. Since the weekend, U.S. President Donald Trump has said on various occasions that the larger the number of confirmed cases, the more tests, so the speed of testing should be slowed down.

The data generally show a positive correlation between the rise in confirmed cases in the United States and the increase in the number of tests. However, there are also data showing a marked increase in the rate of positive testing in some areas, a phenomenon that cannot be explained by the increase in testing capabilities.

There was a marked rebound in the positive rate of nucleic acid tests in Texas

In Texas, for example, the state has returned to the third stage, with a marked rebound in the positive percentage of the tested population, reaching an average of 7.98 percent, while the positive rate on June 18 was as high as 21.74 percent, meaning that one in five people tested that day were diagnosed.

Epidemic prevention work a dish of loose sand, the government pushed to restart

Testifying before Congress this week, Mr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said he had not spoken to the president about the new outbreak for two-and-a-half weeks. Mr. Fauci said the current u.S. epidemic prevention effort is a “mixed bag”, with some states doing well and others doing poorly.

The lack of unified federal leadership, coordination, and dispatch has plunged the nation’s epidemic prevention efforts into a patch work, and then the early stages of the outbreak have re-emerged, with states either separate, or holding groups to keep warm. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, where the outbreak has improved significantly, introduced new policies Thursday that require all people from hot spots to be quarantined for 14 days after entering the three states.

Companies also have to make decisions based on their own judgment. Apple, seen as a bellwether for U.S. public opinion, announced Friday that it will close 14 stores in Florida, bringing the total number of stores in the U.S. to 32, as a result of a surge in confirmed cases.

Even so, White House economic adviser Kudlow 25, said: “There is no second outbreak, but there are some hot spots.” And, “we have to adapt to that.” “The U.S. economy is not going to shut down again. “

His remarks came on the same day that the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits at the start of last week reached 1.48 million, the second straight week higher than expected. Bloomberg believes this is further evidence that the pace of the U.S. economic recovery is slowing amid a steady increase in confirmed cases.

“A new outbreak will hamper recovery,” said Carl Tannenbaum, chief economist at Northern Trust in Chicago. “I can’t help but feel that consumers’ willingness to go to crowded places has waned. A return to the pre-pandemic state of the economy will be a long process. (CCTV reporter Wang Fengzhi)