DeSantis signed an executive order on Friday night allowing restaurants and bars to immediately start operations at 100% capacity. According to the order, he cited economic difficulties that could not be operated at full capacity.
Suarez said wearing mandatory masks in public places and slowly reopening them will help reduce the number of coronavirus cases in Miami.
Across the country, more than 7 million people have been infected and 204,497 people have died.
Suarez said that he is worried that with the approach of the flu season, changes in the state are coming, and the school is preparing for face-to-face learning starting in mid-October.
“We will see in the next few weeks whether his views are correct. However, if his views are not correct… it will be very, very difficult for him. It will be a very difficult time because it is in The middle of the flu season,” Suarez said.
Winter tide may be coming
Fauci told Dr. Howard Bauchner, the chief editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), “You don’t want to enter the autumn and winter season of a community that is fragmented at this level, because if you do, you will face a Very challenging and difficult situation.”
Murray said that the winter wave in Europe may already be brewing.
Murray said: “The case exploded there. Therefore, we know it is coming, and we hope it will attack the United States soon.”
Normally there may be a long way to go-even if vaccinated
“Wait until enough people are vaccinated… so that you can start thinking about maybe getting back to normal more, as I and others have said, probably around the third quarter of 2021, he told Bauchner “It may even enter the fourth quarter. “
At the same time, Fauci and other leading experts urge Americans to continue to follow safety guidelines, wear masks, keep their distance, avoid crowded places and wash their hands.
These measures can save lives.
Dr. Julie Parsonnet, one of the authors of the study, said: “This study clearly shows that despite the high incidence of COVID-19 in the United States, the number of antibodies and antibodies is still very small, and we have not Close to achieving cattle immunity.” Stanford University’s professor of medicine said in a statement.
“Before an effective vaccine is approved, we need to ensure that preventive measures are taken to affect our more vulnerable populations.”
CNN’s Christina Maxouris, Nicole Chavez, Jay Croft, Lauren Mascarenhas, Melissa Alonso, Shelby Lin Erdman, Andrea Kane and Konstantin Toropin contributed to this report.