The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stopped releasing data related to the number of people tested and the number of deaths, the Capitol Hill newspaper reported on March 3. The matter quickly drew attention. The CDC tweeted 3 to respond to the matter, because the states are conducting independent testing, so the CDC released data can not represent the national detection.
Reported that “information” reporter Judd Ligm 2 first reported the situation. “The CDC has stopped publishing the number of people tested for the new coronavirus in the United States,” Ligum wrote in a tweet. On the left is what the website looked like last night. On the right is what it is now, (they) deleted the detection information. The lack of testing data is a scandal. This is a cover-up. “
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The issue has also drawn political attention. Representative Mark Pocan, Democrat of Wisconsin, wrote to Cdc Director Robert Redfield on Monday asking the CDC to make the data public.
As of Sunday, the agency had been publicly disclosing statistics about the outbreak of new U.S. pneumonia, Pocan said. These data include the number of confirmed and suspected cases of new coronary pneumonia, as well as the number of detections and deaths. However, on the 2nd local time, the CDC stopped releasing data related to the number of tests and the number of deaths.
“Americans are dying,” Pocan wrote, “and we have a right to know how many Americans have died from new coronary pneumonia, and we have a right to know how many Americans have been tested.” “
In the face of doubt, local time 3, the CDC issued a tweet, admitted that has stopped the release of new coronavirus test numbers and the number of negative new crown test sending data.
As for the reasons for this, Nancy Messonier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, explained that because many states are now independently testing and reporting their own test results, any numbers released by the CDC “do not represent ongoing testing (conditions) nationwide.”
According to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state and local governments wednesday night, there have been 122 new cases of coronary pneumonia in the United States, including nine deaths. According to the CDC, 48 cases came from evacuees from Japan’s Diamond Princess and Wuhan, China. As for homegrown cases, there are 74 cases in 13 states, according to CNN Health.