Coronavirus in the United States


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Coronavirus in the US
Coronavirus in the US

In the US more than 28,000 people with the coronavirus died, according to a database of ours. In the last week, there have been three days with more than 2,000 additional losses published.

The rise in deaths comes as hospitals across the country try scarce protective gear and police officers result in citations to residents who disregard orders to stay homeward.

With the outbreak expected to continue, Americans have been recommended to cover face coverings in public, refrigerated carts have increased morgues and some large summer parties have already been canceled.

On Thursday morning, at least 636,917 humans across every state, plus Washington, D.C., and four U.S. provinces, have tested positive for the virus, according to information.

The outbreak of coronavirus in this country, which now has the highest number of known cases in the world, has exploded over the last six weeks. At the start of March, with extremely limited testing available, only 70 patients had been reported in the United States, most of them tied to overseas travel.

More than 1,000 cases are now routinely stated across the country day by day, with some days exceeding 2,000.

When the number of identified patients reached into the hundreds and into hundreds of thousands, life all over the country has changed in deep ways.

Shopping malls, salons, and dine-in restaurants have been ordered to close or risk police work. High school proms, college graduations, and professional sports matches have been canceled or delayed.

Most states have said people arriving from elsewhere to quarantine themselves at their houses. Even as some politicians started talking about reopening portions of the country, others have suggested that the pause on communal life could last weeks more and that the inevitable return to work and school would come in degrees.

213,000 Patients have been known in New York

Not any state has been hit harder than New York, which accounts for more than one-third of the country’s coronavirus-recorded losses and where new patients kept on to be reported day by day by the thousands. With hospitals reached thin and medical supplies in short, the state has turned to Oregon and China for emergency purchases of ventilators. A suburban city in Indiana provided testing supplies.

More than 700 extra deaths have been published on eight of the last nine days. New York is not numb. We know that is not just a symbol — it is real memorials lost eternally.

People with the coronavirus have died in more than 30 New York divisions, involving more than 660 victims each in Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties. However, New York City has faced the most dangerous of all, with thousands of observed events and hundreds of losses in each borough. A Manhattan convention center started receiving patients. A ship belonging to Navy- hospital ship- was at the pier in the city. Area hospitals were fixed in Central Park and at a church.

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