According to data from Johns Hopkins University, Missouri and Vermont alone saw an improvement of more than 10% in the average number of cases reported last week. Meanwhile, cases in Connecticut and Florida increased by 50% or more, and in 27 other states between 10% and 50%.
Those states are Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Road, Ohio. , Texas, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
New cases are stable in the remaining states.
“This is a really painful time, people need to be careful,” epidemiologist Dr Abdul El-Saeed told CNN on Saturday.
‘This surge is likely to be worse’
Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming: Ten states reported the highest number of ODI cases on Friday, Johns Hopkins said.
As infections increase, hospitalize from the virus. New Mexico government Michel Lujan Grisham said hospital admissions in her state increased by 101% this month.
Dr Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, said more people are likely to be hospitalized as daily coronavirus deaths are on the rise.
“Having seen this kind of transmission before in the epidemic, in March and April, the virus did not sow everywhere … this surge is likely to be worse than spring or summer,” said Saeed, a former health director at El-Detroit.
State leaders are bringing in new sanctions
Experts say that following the guidelines laid down by authorities over the months will help Americans control the virus: avoiding crowded settings, keeping distance, keeping small meetings outdoors and wearing a mask.
“This is a good moment for people to stop themselves and ask themselves, ‘What can I do to make sure we can limit the number of infections that seem to be kicking us in the face by the cold weather and people being indoors?’, And are those curves going up in the wrong direction? ” Said Friday.
The Nebraska Government Pete Rickets has announced changes to state health measures that require hospitals to allocate at least 10% of staff general and ICU beds to Kovid-19 patients.
CNN’s Christina McSouris, Jason Hannah, Dave Alsup, Chuck Johnston, Andrea Diaz, Nakia McNab, Sameera Said, Nadia Kaunang, Andy Rose and Shelby Lynn Erdman contributed to the report.