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According to an analysis by the Associated Press, cases are increasing in nearly half of the states, a worrying trend that may intensify for people to return to work and drop out during the summer.
In Arizona, hospitals have been asked to prepare for the worst. Kovid-19 patients are more hospitalized in Texas than at any time before. The North Carolina governor said the recent jump caused him to rethink plans to reopen schools or businesses.
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There is no single reason for surgeons. In some cases, more tests have led to more cases being detected. In others, local outbreaks are large enough to push up statewide heights. But experts believe that at least some are due to orders to stay indoors, close school and business, and other restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of the virus during the spring.
Shares fell sharply on Wall Street on Thursday, taking the Dow Jones Industrial Average down more than 1,800 points and making the S&P 500 the worst day in nearly three months. Infections recently rejected optimism that the economy could quickly recover from its worst crisis in decades.
The virus is also spreading slowly outside.
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“It’s a disaster that spreads,” Dr. Said Jay Butler, who oversees coronovirus response work at the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “It’s not like there is a whole continental seismic shift and everyone feels shaking all at once.”
That too is happening globally. The initial losses that occurred in places like China, Italy and Spain have calmed down, but Brazil, India and other countries have seen a large increase in the growth they had initially made. According to Johns Hopkins University data, more than 100,000 new ones are being confirmed every day in the world.
The virus first landed on American shores, carrying international travelers abroad. For months, the epicenter was in the northeastern states. More recently, the largest increases have been in the South and West.
The AP analyzed data compiled by the COVID Tracking Project, a volunteer organization that collects coronavirus testing data in the United States. The analysis found that in 21 states as of Monday, the rolling average of seven days of new cases per capita was higher than the average of seven days earlier.
Some worrisome situation may be worse as social distinctions ban restrictions and more people gather. One concern is that recent racial justice protests across the country may have spread at least some viruses.
Another: President Donald Trump said that he plans to hold rallies that could attract thousands of people. He would place them in four states – Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma and Texas. They are among the states with increasing cases identified in all AP analyzes.
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Republican government Doug Doosey on May 15 ended the order to stay in Arizona and loosen restrictions on businesses. Arizona residents who had been flooded in Phoenix-area bar districts for six weeks ignored social distance guidelines.
The state began new cases and hospitalizations after about 10 days.
“It seems to me very clear that what we are seeing is directly related to the end of the order to stay at home,” said Will Humble, executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association.
It was not just that this order was abolished: there was no need to wear face masks, there was no major increase in contact and prevent spread from place to place and there was no measure of infection control in nursing homes. .
A former director of the state health department, Humble said, “Those opportunities are missed, which if implemented today, can still lead to major changes.”
Democratic rape. Ruben Gallego has criticized the governor for failing to highlight the “severity of a growing public health emergency”.
Trials in Arizona are increasing, increasing the likelihood of finding new cases. But the proportion of positive test return is also increasing.
AP analysis found that Arizona had a rolling average of fewer than 400 new cases a day, at which time the shutdown was lifted, but it shot up two weeks later and earlier this week saw 1,000 new cases a day. Has crossed. Hospitalizations have increased dramatically, up from the 1,200 mark last week.
The state passed another serious milestone last week, which recorded its 1000th death.
Meanwhile hospitals in Arizona reported that they were at 83% capacity on Tuesday, which may force the cancellation of elective surgery. Dusi, an executive order issued in April, said that hospitals wishing to resume elective surgery should have at least 20% beds available.
In North Carolina, more trials and more people seem to be the main drivers of the recent case when it was moved out and reopened, said Kimberly Powers, an associate professor of epidemiology at the University of North Carolina.
On Saturday, the state recorded its largest single-day increase with 1,370. While tests have increased in the last two weeks, the rate of tests is coming positive.
“This is a sign that we need to take very seriously,” said Mandy Cohen, North Carolina’s top health officer.
But some state residents are not on board.
“I think they should start opening the stuff up a little bit more,” said Jason Denton, an electrician from Greenville, that one of his main concerns was getting to the gym.
“It’s like my therapy,” he said.
Some states are rebooting faster than Texas, where the hospital experienced more than 2,100 increases during the first epidemic Wednesday. There has been a 42% increase in patients since Memorial Day weekend, when beachgoers swarmed the Texas coastline and a water park near Houston opened to large crowds in defiance of Greg Abbott’s orders from the Republican government.
The percentage of Texas tests that came out positive has also reached levels that are at the nation’s highest. State officials point to hot spots in meatpacking plants and jails in rural areas, where thousands of new cases have been reported, but have not given an explanation for the increase in numbers elsewhere.
Abbott, who recently began wearing the mask in public, has shown no intention of pumping the brakes upon reopening the state, where in May protesters pressured him to bring the hair salon back into business Speed up the timeline for
On Friday, Texas is set to lift even more restrictions and allow the restaurant’s dining rooms to reopen at almost full capacity.
In Alabama, outbreaks of nursing homes and poultry plants helped drive the state’s numbers upward. On Wednesday, the state recorded the largest number of 849 new cases in a single day. The previous high was 640 on 5 June.
State health officer Scott Harris said the capital, Montgomery, has become an emerging hot spot.
“I think that reopening the economy gave a lot of people the misconception … that, is hey all right. Let’s get back to normal,” Harris said. “Frankly, it’s not that way. In fact, now more than ever we need people to be 6 feet away, cover the face and wash their hands.”
Montgomery Hospital intensive care units are busy during the flu season.
“I can assure you that Montgomery’s cases are not decreasing, and if our community does not take it seriously, the virus will continue to spread, and at some point, our healing potential will reach its limits,” Dr. David Thrasher, director of respiratory medicine at Jackson Hospital, said in a statement.
Arkansas has also seen an increase – the percentage of cases, hospitals, and tests that come out positive. But the state of the state is a complex story of varying outbreaks at different times, with Arkansas Department Director Dr. Nate Smith said.
After a peak in April, levels were low until spikes began about three weeks ago – mainly in Rogers and Springdale in the northwest and Day Queen and in the south. Cases have been focused on those who work in Hispanics and chicken production facilities, which were never closed.
Republican Government. Asa Hutchinson said on Wednesday that the state would go into a new phase of resuming from Monday.
Experts are wondering what will happen next week in the wake of nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police.
The protests were outside, reducing the likelihood of the virus spreading, and many participants have worn masks and taken other precautions. But it’s close to a lot of people chanting, singing and shouting together.
“Hopefully we won’t see a big spike. But those data are not there yet,” Humble said.
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