The report sent by the task force to the states on January 3 warned that an “American variant” of Covid-19 might emerge.
“The number of such autumn and winter dresses is almost twice the growth rate of spring and summer dresses. This sign of acceleration indicates that in addition to British dresses that have spread in our country, American dresses may also appear here. US Cable The report obtained by the Television News Network (CNN) stated that it needed “aggressive mitigation measures… to match more aggressive viruses.”
The task force said that mitigation measures should include the use of masks and as many vaccinations as possible immediately.
The report said: “If effective masks (two or three layers and well-fitting) and strict social distancing are not implemented uniformly, as these variants spread and spread, the epidemic may rapidly deteriorate.”
This development was discovered after the United States tracked down cases of the variant first discovered in the UK, which seems to be more easily spread.
“The United States is still at a high level of 140-150,000 confirmed and suspected COVID hospitalized patients and 1.2-125,000 hospitalized patients per week. Although California is all over Sunbelt, to the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast, the situation in the United States is still Continued deterioration. The low test rate during the holiday period shows that the community is very active.”
The report of the working group also called for “immediate provision of outpatient monoclonal antibody therapy infusions to save lives.”
Moreover, as the United States strives to quickly vaccinate Americans, the report says that the vaccine must be “armed now.”
“Do not delay rapid immunization for people over 65 who are susceptible to serious diseases; it is recommended to establish high-throughput vaccination sites through EMT personnel to monitor potential allergic reactions and make full use of nursing students. Vaccinations should not be in the freezer, and Vaccinations should be in the freezer. Action is taken immediately; in the face of this surge, proactive immunization can save lives.”
This week, California is the state with the most new cases per 100,000 people, followed by Arizona, Kansas, Tennessee, Rhode Island, Utah, Arkansas, West Virginia, Georgia in the top ten. State and Massachusetts.
Oklahoma has the highest test positive rate, heralding an impending increase in cases, followed by Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama State.
For every 100 hospital beds, Arkansas has the largest number of hospitalizations, followed by Arizona, Maryland, Oklahoma, Georgia, Kentucky, California, the District of Columbia, South Carolina and New Mexico.
Kansas has the highest number of deaths per 100,000 people, followed by Wyoming, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Arkansas, Indiana, Mississippi, Arizona, Tennessee and Rhode Island.