Florida set a new nationwide record on TuesdayIt was reported in one day since the beginning of the pandemic – 186 inhabitants. And although there are signs, hospitalization can level, continues to live there and across the country.
Nearly half of all states are now part of the so-called “red zone” of the government due to growing cases, including Missouri, North Dakota and Wisconsin.
Dr Deborah Birks said on Tuesday that hotspots were threatening regions where things were under control.
“We can see the virus moving north,”; she warned.
“What we are seeing now in the South is contagion in the countryside, small metros and large metros at the same time.” said Birks.
This week, Dr. Birks was in five states where cases are on the rise, and advised some states to close their faces and limit their legal capacity. Kentucky ordered all bars closed at 5 p.m., but the Tennessee governor refused to close the bars. Birks also recommended families with generations who live together, where they disguise themselves inside their homes.
Thehas reportedly grown to 17 players and staff, and they have suspended the season at least until Sunday.
NFL players applying for this week’s camp will be tested just to begin practice.
CBS Sports writer RJ Anderson wonders how any league can operate without creating a real security bubble. “So if baseball can’t take it off without a bubble, I’m not sure how football is going to take it off,” Anderson said.
ThePfizer has announced that it has entered the third phase of testing a candidate for the human vaccine. Barry Colvin from New York is part of the trial.
“I’m not a medical professional, but it’s one way to help,” Colvin said.
The vaccine may not arrive soon enough. There is a gloomy sign of a pandemic near Miami: A crowded funeral home in Hialea uses refrigerated containers to store bodies.
This is a sign of how much the working class community has suffered. The funeral will not confirm whether the victims of COVID-19 remain, but people here say there is no other explanation.
There was outrage in New York after thatconcert from the weekend, where there were no social distances.
“It was a gross violation of common sense,” said Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Cuomo added three more states to the quarantine list, of which there are now 34.
The painful march of the virus continues, claiming the lives of Dr. Joseph Costa of Baltimore, head of critical care at Mercy Medical Center.
Texas has now changed the way it tracks deaths, finding more than 600 additional victims. An official from the state’s emergency department responded to Dr. Birks, advising residents to wear masks even at home.