America leads the world in both death and affairs
According to estimates, the novel coronavirus has killed more than 450,000 people in the US.
The country reached severe climax on Thursday evening with figures Coronavirus Resource Center of Johns Hopkins University Showing that till Friday morning about 658,41 people have lost their lives. Estimates suggest that more than 3,000 people die every day.
According to Johns Hopkins University, the US leads the world in both deaths and cases, with nearly 27 million cases reported.
California has been the largest driver of US deaths in the past month, with more than 500 deaths per day in recent weeks.
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Alabama is another hot spot, with 74 to 147 deaths per day, with a seven-day rolling average that occurred in the past two weeks. Kentucky, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Tennessee have also seen an increase in recent deaths.
Infectious disease specialists expect deaths to start falling soon after new cases around the beginning of the year. The death of the new COVID-19 could happen early next week, with the new director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Rochelle Wallensky said she told the Associated Press that she had concerns about what might be the impact of the Super Bowl gathering on the coming Sunday. .
Public health experts are watching the Florida scene this week as the Super Bowl will be played in Tampa. City leaders and the NFL are trying to ensure social distinction by capping attendance at one-third of the stadium’s capacity – 22,000 people. Nevertheless, parties, bars and clubs will have events and other activities that pull people together.
Earlier this week, the country’s top infectious disease specialist, Drs. Anthony Fauci urged NFL fans to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City chiefs to only “do it with their family or the people who are in your house.”
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He It is noted that every time the country celebrates a holiday or an occasion, a spike in coronovirus cases follows.
“It’s not as much fun to come together at a big Super Bowl party, now is the time,” said Fauji Appearing on TODAY. “Watch the game and enjoy it but do it with your family or with the people in your home.”
Granthshala News’ Alexandria Hein and the Associated Press contributed to this report.