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Coronavirus deaths in the U.S. reach 125,000 due to surge in infection rates in five states



At the same time that the number of coronavirus cases in the United States has surged, and because the number of new infections in the United States has reached a new high, the bars in the state have been forced to close for the second time.

Last Friday, the United States recorded 45,242 new cases of COVID-19, which is the largest single-day increase in a pandemic. There were at least five states before, including Texas, Florida, Utah, Tennessee and Love. Daho State has a record peak.

Florida reported 9585 new infections in the past 24 hours on Saturday morning. This is the second consecutive day that the virus has hit a record high and caused 24 deaths. This highlights the spread of the virus.

The current death toll in the United States exceeds 1

25,000, the highest in the world, with a total of 2.48 million diagnosed cases.

When the new record for the COVID-19 positive test was released, Texas and other states infected with new wave centers took a step back from efforts to relax restrictions on businesses, threatening the desired economic recovery and employment opportunities.

Florida: Coronavirus cases reached new highs in Florida for the second consecutive day, and another 24 people died. On Friday, state officials told the bar to immediately stop drinking in its premises

Florida: Coronavirus cases reached new highs in Florida for the second consecutive day, and another 24 people died. On Friday, state officials told the bar to immediately stop drinking in its premises

Pictured: On Friday, with the surge of coronavirus cases, Miami residents walked out on Ocean Boulevard

Pictured: On Friday, with the surge of coronavirus cases, Miami residents walked out on Ocean Boulevard

In the past 24 hours, Florida reported 9,585 new infections, a record high for the second consecutive day, and another 24 deaths.

The state reported a total of 132,545 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and at least 3,390 coronavirus-related deaths

Florida: On Saturday, the state reported 9,585 new infections in the past 24 hours, a record high for the second consecutive day, and another 24 deaths. To date, the state has reported 132,545 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and at least 3,390 coronavirus-related deaths

When the news reached the governor's bar, high stools piled up in South Tyler Speakeasy in Tyler, Texas. Greg Abbott announced in the morning that the bar must be closed at noon on Friday

When the news reached the governor’s bar, high stools piled up in South Tyler Speakeasy in Tyler, Texas. Greg Abbott announced in the morning that the bar must be closed at noon on Friday

As the coronavirus infection continues to spread and the bar is forced to close for the second time, a worker carries a piece of plywood in Austin

As the coronavirus infection continues to spread and the bar is forced to close for the second time, a worker carries a piece of plywood in Austin

A worker drilled a piece of plywood on the facade of the Voodoo Room bar in Austin

A worker drilled a piece of plywood on the facade of the Voodoo Room bar in Austin

Texas reported more than 17,000 confirmed new cases in the past three days, and 5,996 high-record tests on Thursday

Texas reported more than 17,000 new cases diagnosed in the past three days, and 5,996 record-positive tests on Thursday

Galena Park is a small city with 10,000 people on the outskirts of Houston. A curfew was imposed on Saturday night to curb the spread of the virus.

Mayor Esmeralda Moya was hearing a warning from Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo that he raised the level of public threat to the most severe level on Friday, which is a sign that people should avoid at home.

Moya said: “It is essential to maintain good hygiene, stay at home as much as possible, avoid unnecessary travel, parties, and wear a face mask every time you go out.”

Galena Park has a curfew from 10pm to 5am every day.

At the southern end of Hidalgo County above the Mexican border, officials imposed a curfew from 10 pm to 6 am, and restricted crowds to less than 10 people on Thursday.

County Judge Richard F. Cortez said the decision was made with the number of “related” new infections and residents ignoring coronavirus health measures.

Cortez said in a press release: “Despite the increase in infections, residents do not seem to have taken appropriate precautions to protect their friends and family from this disease.”

Texas has reported more than 17,000 new cases in the past three days, hitting a record high of nearly 6,000 on Thursday. The second largest state also set a daily record of hospitalization, with more than 5,000 coronavirus patients on Friday for the first time.

To reverse his early actions to relax restrictions, Governor Greg Abbott on Friday ordered bars across the state to close and asked the restaurant to limit indoor seating capacity to 50% after reopening in May.

He also said that suppliers of drifting and tubing equipment on popular rivers in Texas must be closed, and outdoor gatherings of more than 100 people must be approved by the local government.

Jimenez tweeted that he had consulted county health officials before deciding to sign an emergency order, and said that if people don’t wear masks and cannot make six-foot social alienations within the enterprise, he may extend the beach closure time

Jimenez tweeted that he had consulted county health officials before deciding to sign an emergency order, and said that if people don’t wear masks and cannot make six-foot social alienations within the enterprise, he may extend the beach closure time

Florida is another state that has reopened its economy relatively quickly. After the daily number of newly diagnosed cases approached 9,000, almost double the record set two days ago, the bar owner was ordered to stop immediately at its premises on Friday. Drinks are provided.

To date, there are 132,545 confirmed COVID-19 cases and at least 3,390 coronavirus-related deaths in Florida.

Carlos Gimenez, the mayor of Miami-Dade, also announced plans to issue an emergency order to close the county’s beaches during the weekend of July 4.

Jimenez warned that if “the conditions have not improved and people do not abide by the new standards, requiring masks to be worn at commercial premises and outdoors within a distance of at least 6 feet away from society,” he may prolong the stoppage time. command.

The mayor claims that he has seen businesses and people ignore safety measures against infections.

Jimenez said: “If people do not take responsibility and protect themselves and others from this pandemic, then the government will be forced to intervene and restore common sense to save lives.”

He said his orders will follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and prohibit “for any reason to hold a rally, including a parade, in Miami-Dade from July 3-7.”

He explained that “in that case”, it is required to wear masks and maintain social distance, and allow five groups of activities of no more than 10 people.

His order will also affect the viewing of fireworks to celebrate July 4.

“All parks and beaches will be banned from public visits in all cities and uninhabited areas in the county to watch fireworks. He said: “The fireworks show must be watched from home or parked vehicles.”

In many states where bars, shops and restaurants are reopening, cases of coronavirus among young people are rapidly climbing. Young people started to go out again, many of them without masks, and health experts believe that this is irresponsible behavior.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott held the bar in the state until noon on Friday, as officials scrambled to contain the epidemic in the wake of a surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Pictured above is the crowded handlebars in Houston, Texas last month

Texas Governor Greg Abbott held the bar in the state until noon on Friday, as officials scrambled to contain the epidemic in the wake of a surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Pictured above is the crowded handlebars in Houston, Texas last month

Florida: The Florida Department of Commerce and Professional Regulations requires bars to immediately stop drinking in their premises on Friday. The picture shows Lynch's Irish Pub in Jacksonville Beach. Several people went to the bar and tested positive for the virus

Florida: The Florida Department of Commerce and Professional Regulations requires bars to immediately stop drinking in their premises on Friday. The picture shows Lynch’s Irish Pub in Jacksonville Beach. Several people went to the bar and tested positive for the virus

Governor Ron DeSantis joined with Republicans, who said the rise was due to increased testing.

However, the Miami Herald reported that as of June 3, new cases have been on the rise since mid-May, and the large influx cannot be attributed solely to the increase in testing.

De Santis also blamed the new case on “the vast majority of Hispanic workers” because migrant workers are forced to live and work in narrow conditions. The Farm Workers Association responded to the governor, saying he repeatedly ignored their requests to help the poor.

Governor Greg Abbott closed at a Texas bar until it closed at noon on Friday. Texas has always been at the forefront of the states, and they have lifted restrictions designed to control the deadly pandemic and start their economy again. Revelers ignore the rules of social evacuation to celebrate Memorial Day weekend, Governor Gov Abbott allows the bar to reopen

Governor Greg Abbott closed at a Texas bar until it closed at noon on Friday. Texas has always been at the forefront of the states, and they have lifted restrictions designed to control the deadly pandemic and start their economy again. Revelers ignore the rules of social evacuation to celebrate Memorial Day weekend, Governor Gov Abbott allows the bar to reopen

President Donald Trump has repeatedly stated that the increase in new cases is due to an increase in testing. He tweeted on Thursday night that the death toll is “declining” and that the death rate in the United States is “one of the lowest in the world.”

Health officials warn that although the death toll seems to be declining, the death toll is likely to rise again because the mortality rate usually lags behind the infection rate.

Texas has always been at the forefront of the states, and they have lifted restrictions designed to control the deadly pandemic and start their economy again.

Since then, it has witnessed one of the fastest growing new cases in the United States, reporting a record 5,996 cases on Thursday, and has confirmed more than 17,000 new cases in the past three days. The number of hospitalizations in the state for 13 consecutive days hit a record high.

Governor Abbott did not disclose when the bar might reopen. Affected bars are bars that derive 51% of their total income from alcohol.

Since the state reopened in May, people have been crowded with waterways, and then rafting and tubing operations have closed.

Abbott said: “As I said from the beginning, if the positive rate rises above 10%, Texas will take further action to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.” “At present, it is clear that the number of cases is increasing The main reason is certain types of activities, including the gathering of Texans in bars.”

The state’s rolling infection rate reached nearly 12%, the highest level since the state was in full closure in mid-April.

The surge in hospitalization has led to the country’s largest pediatric hospital choosing to start treating adult patients in Houston to help free up beds. Statewide, the number of COVID-19 patients has more than doubled in two weeks.

The surge in the number of cases prompted officials in Harris County, including the city of Houston, to launch another order to stay at home against residents.

Abbott announced on Thursday that it would stop elective surgery in the largest county, and said that within a few weeks after he began lifting restrictions, the state would “suspend” its active reopening.

His initial suspension of reopening should not withdraw orders that previously allowed most of the economy to reopen. The state is one of the first countries in the country to cancel the lockout measures on May 1.

Until this week, Abbott had maintained that the deteriorating trend in June deserved attention, but it was not a cause for concern. He quickly adopted a new emergency attitude this week, urging people to stay at home, while warning that a “massive outbreak” is sweeping across Texas.

He is now also urging Texans to wear masks in public, but has not issued a statewide mask order. After Abbott initially banned local officials from imposing fines or penalties on anyone who did not wear a mask, the state’s cities and counties imposed new orders on businesses that required customers and workers to wear masks.

Texas: Last month, after high-ranking official Abbott (Gov Abbott) initially lifted restrictions, revellers poured into the whisky tango Foxtrot bar in Austin, Texas

Texas: Last month, after high-ranking official Abbott (Gov Abbott) initially lifted restrictions, revellers poured into the whisky tango Foxtrot bar in Austin, Texas

Pictured: Austin Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Pictured: Buford, Austin, Texas

Under the latest rollback in Texas, the bar must be closed at noon on Friday, and the restaurant dining room must be reduced to half its capacity from Monday. Pictured above are two packed bars in Austin, Texas last month

Fauci implores young people who are “invincible” to the coronavirus to consider who they might harm if they find it in a restaurant bar

On Friday, Dr. Anthony Fauci issued a severe warning to young Americans that they might play a role in the spread of coronavirus, even if they think they are unlikely to suffer the most severe impact of the disease.

He said: “If you are infected, you have spread the dynamic process of the pandemic unintentionally or unintentionally.”

Fauci, the country’s largest infectious disease expert, delivered a speech to young people at the first Coronavirus Task Force briefing in two months.

The age of infected people has fallen sharply, and several officials warned on Friday that young people may spread the virus when states open and relax social distances.

Fauci said: “When you have an outbreak of an infectious disease, it is a global dynamic process.”

“I just want to show this thing, not to make others look wrong, you have personal responsibility for yourself-but you have social responsibility, because if we want to end this epidemic, please really end it, then hope The vaccine came and nailed the nail to the coffin – we have realized that we are part of this process.”

He said: “When you are infected, you will infect other people, and these people will obviously infect other people.”

Fauci said the most challenging thing about COVID-19 is that there is a high percentage of people who have no symptoms but are still transmitting the virus.

This means that as the states reopen, young people going out to restaurants or bars may be spreading the virus without even knowing it.

Republican governor Ron DeSantis (Ron DeSantis) again refused to call the statewide mask call on Friday.

Disantis said: “We are where we are.” He added that many new cases appear among younger and healthier people who are increasingly participating in social activities.

He said that people can wear masks to avoid spreading the virus, to avoid too many people, and not to be with many others indoors.

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, who is also a Republican, also told residents to stay at home and announced on Thursday that the state is “suspending” as hospitals accelerate.

The number of infected people in Arizona surged again on Thursday, reporting more than 3,000 new cases. In Arizona, 23% of the tests conducted in the past 7 days were positive, almost three times the national average.

There are currently 4,400 people hospitalized with coronavirus in the state, of which 1,400 are lying on ICU beds. A record 415 patients used ventilators in the state.

As of Thursday, the capacity of hospital beds in Arizona was close to 88%, and ICU beds were occupied.

In Arizona, Ducey resisted pressure to close restaurants because the virus first spread in March. He said the state did not experience explosive growth like New York, nor did it need to take such aggressive action. The democratic mayors of Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff and elsewhere have imposed their own restrictions.

The governor responded with an executive order demanding the closure of restaurants in counties known to have coronavirus infection, but also defined some businesses that the city could not restrict, including golf courses.

Last week, under the tremendous pressure to respond to the soaring COVID-19 case, Ducey gave local leaders the power to wear masks while avoiding it as a statewide task.

Dusi said on Thursday that numbers “continue to move in the wrong direction.”

California Governor Gavin Newsom has warned that the surge in cases in the state may further block the area. He said he would only close the company again when the health care system was severely strained.

In California, 5,349 new cases were reported on Thursday, down from the 7,100 cases recorded a day ago. The statewide hospitalization rate has also reached a record high level, with approximately 1,500 suspected or confirmed patients requiring intensive care.

Although Newsom said that part of the reason is due to testing, the main reason is that people fail to adopt safe practices when gathering with friends and family or visiting newly opened companies.

Los Angeles County is currently the largest case of all counties in the United States, with more than 85,000 confirmed infections. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti urged residents to stay at home and wear masks outside public places this week.

As the shocking coronavirus resurgence documented confirmed cases and hospitalizations in the south and west, the governors are retreating from measures they once boycotted and issued a more urgent tone.

Dr. Mark McClellan, former director of the US Food and Drug Administration, said: “I think they will have to do this.” “Most people in the community do not need to be sick to overwhelm the health care system.”

Critics have argued that too little action, or even worse, may be too late, as patients fill up intensive care beds, and the United States has closed a record high of daily confirmed cases.

Although newly diagnosed infections are steadily declining in early hot spots such as New York and New Jersey, several other states this week also set single-day records, including Arizona, California, Mississippi, Nevada, and Texas States and Oklahoma. Some of them also broke hospital records, as did North Carolina and South Carolina.

Arizona cases: The number of infections in Arizona surged again on Thursday, with more than 3,000 new cases reported

Arizona cases: The number of infections in Arizona surged again on Thursday, with more than 3,000 new cases reported

Arizona deaths: Arizona recorded 27 new deaths on Thursday, compared with 67 deaths on May 8

Arizona deaths: Arizona recorded 27 new deaths on Thursday, compared with 67 deaths on May 8

Arizona Hospital: There are currently 4,400 people hospitalized for coronavirus in the state, of which 1,400 are in ICU beds

Arizona Hospital: There are currently 4,400 people hospitalized for coronavirus in the state, of which 1,400 are in ICU beds

Arizona Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity: As of Thursday, the number of beds in Arizona is close to 88%

Arizona Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity: As of Thursday, the number of beds in Arizona is close to 88%

In California, 5,349 new cases were reported on Thursday, down from the 7,100 cases recorded a day ago

The statewide hospitalization rate has also reached a record high level, with approximately 1,500 suspected or diagnosed patients requiring intensive care

California: 5,349 new cases were reported in California on Thursday, down from the 7,100 cases recorded a day ago. The statewide hospitalization rate has also reached a record high level, with approximately 1,500 suspected or diagnosed patients requiring intensive care

After a steady period of several weeks, the new case returned to its state in April. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the number of infected people across the United States rose by nearly 40,000 on Thursday, the largest increase in a single day

After a steady period of several weeks, the new case returned to its state in April. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the number of infected people across the United States rose by nearly 40,000 on Thursday, the largest increase in a single day

Last Friday, the number of COVID-19 deaths in the United States was close to 125,000. Since New Jersey first reported 1,796 possible deaths, a peak of 2,490 was recorded on Thursday

Last Friday, the number of COVID-19 deaths in the United States was close to 125,000. Since New Jersey first reported 1,796 possible deaths, a peak of 2,490 was recorded on Thursday


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