United States reaches another terrible milestone today, surpassing 250,000 COVID-19 deaths Johns Hopkins Global Database.
The hospital with COVID-19 in the US doubled last month and set new records every day this week. As of Tuesday, nearly 77,000 patients had been hospitalized with the virus in the United States.
More than 80 percent of newly confirmed infections per day in the US have erupted in the past two weeks, reaching record highs, with the daily number reaching an average of 160,000. Cases are on the rise in all 50 states. Deaths nationally average more than 1,155 per day, the highest in months.
Governors and mayors outside the U.S. have control over the issuance of mask orders, limiting the size of private and public gatherings before Thanksgiving, banning indoor restaurant dining, closing gymnasiums or restricting bars, shops and capacity. Other businesses.
New York City’s school system – the largest in the country, with tens of millions of students – suspended individual classes on Wednesday amid a rising infection rate, tragic setbacks in a corner of the country that was severely damaged in the spring months ago by the virus months ago.