Florida, Arizona, and Texas have a record number of daily covid-19 cases this week

Florida, Arizona, and Texas have a record number of daily covid-19 cases this week
Increasing sanctions and increasing public gatherings may make it seem like the worst of the covid-19 epidemic has passed, but this week Florida, Texas and Arizona set daily records for new cases.

There are 21 such states in the country which see increasing trends in new cases from one week to the next. According to Johns Hopkins University statistics, more than 2 million people in the US. They have become infected with the Coronavirus in the US and 116,962 have died. Health experts warned that there are more infections and deaths as states continue their plan again.

Director of Harvard Global Health Institute, Dr. "We have ended the epidemic, but the epidemic is not over with us," Ashish Jha said on Tuesday.

According to the Florida Department of Health, Florida reported about 2,800 new cases of coronovirus on Monday, the highest number of new and confirmed cases in the state on a single day. Despite the increase, Governor Ron DeSantis told reporters on Tuesday that the state would not shut down.

we will proceed. We will continue to protect the most vulnerable. "We will urge, continue to advise, especially our elderly population to maintain social distance, avoid congestion."

Arizona reached a record number of daily cases in Texas on Tuesday.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott blamed the outbreak on the aid center and delayed reporting.

But the state's hospitalization rate, a number that officials monitor to ensure that the health system is not overwhelmed, has also increased.

With breaches of private safeguards, a nationwide reopening has led Washington University of Health Measurement and Assessment (IHME) researchers to raise their estimates of covid-19 death in the summer.

"As long as we are effective in other things, such as wearing a mask, avoiding contact, it will inevitably proceed to the second wave," Dr. IHME Chris Murray told CNN's Anderson Cooper.

How are states in fashion?

• 21 states have seen an upward trend in recent cases from one week to the next: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Oregon, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada. , Carolina Dell North, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

• 8 states are seeing a consistent number of recently reported cases: Connecticut, Indiana, Maine, Mississippi, Ohio, South Dakota, Utah and Washington.

• 21 states have seen declines: Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Road Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

• One state, Vermont, has seen a decrease of at least 50%.

The second wave is coming, but we are not out already.

Previously, it seemed that the finish line for the epidemic was the end of summer. And while experts no longer see this as the case, many Americans are eager to return to normalcy.

Murray expects a "second wave" to begin in late August, and the United States will reach more than 201,000 coronovirus deaths by 1 October.

But the rate of coronavirus cases in the United States has not yet come down to a level to stop the first wave.

As the virus spreads, it appears after the streets, researchers at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania said Tuesday.

People are leaving their homes now that more places are opening up. As more people interact with others, the disease spreads, researchers found.

Navajo Nation Institutions put blockade

The Navajo nation, which overtook New York and New Jersey with the highest per capita coronavirus infection rate in the US. The US on Tuesday announced weekend locks aimed at reducing infections.

The first is expected from Friday to Monday, and next weekend according to the next statement.

"What we need to do is wear protective masks, get weekend locks, stay home, and maintain six distances from the others. Now is not the time to return. Let's not come back! Your masks !, social Practice the mess and wash your hands, ”Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez said in a press release.

The Navajo nation encompasses parts of New Mexio, Utah and Arizona, which has seen a large increase in new cases. The US American Territory reported a population of 173,667 in the 2020 census.

Texas mayor wants mandatory masks to reduce spread

Nine Texas mayors, including top officials in Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio, have urged the state's governor to ask for masks to prevent the virus from spreading to their cities.

If the mayors are given the opportunity to demand that they cover their faces, we are confident that our cities will be ready to help reduce the spread of the disease, ”the mayors said in a letter to Abbott .

New research supports the case of using masks to reduce the spread.

In a study conducted on Tuesday, researchers estimated that between April 8 and May 15, 230,000 to 450,000 cases of the virus were prevented in states implementing requirements for mask use.

"Findings suggest that the need for the use of public masks may help reduce the spread of COVID-19," wrote Wei Liu and George Wehby of the Department of Health Administration and Policy at the University of Iowa School of Public Health. .

As well as hoping to reduce prevalence, the non-profit organization attempts to solve Save Lives, led by the former director of the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. America, Dr. Tom Frieden released a new contact tracking playbook on Tuesday.

This guide will complement CDC's efforts to provide detailed guidance to local health departments as to how they can prevent the virus from spreading further.

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