Florida sees another large spike in COVID-19 cases

Florida sees another large spike in COVID-19 cases

Seventeen states have seen the number of new cases drop over the past week.

The organization's chief executive, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said at a news conference Friday that more than 150,000 new virus cases, the chief executive of the organization, were reported on Thursday.

Polk also reported two more people were hospitalized for treatment of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total hospitalizations in the county to 407.

DeSantis said that 37 was the median age over the last week for newly diagnosed coronavirus cases, CNN reported.

'We are seeing a resurgence of transmission, and it's being driven by younger people, ' he told NPR.

The median age should continue to plunge, the governor added. Ron DeSantis stated Tuesday that 52% of airport employees tested positive for COVID-19 but Phil Brown, CEO of Orlando International Airport, said in a statement Wednesday that last week's rate of positive cases from the 500 workers tested last week was only 0.4%. DeSantis said more hospital beds are vacant than before the pandemic began and more ICU beds available than there were in April.

According to the data provided by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus may affect severely older people, Hispanics and Blacks, and the people having poor health conditions. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced a similar mandate for seven counties beginning June 24.

"I've not pre-empted locals from doing what they think is right". "It was skewing much older at that time".

A senior official with knowledge of the review said the science is being studied as to whether the masks are not only "good for source control, and prevent giving it to others, but we are also looking at whether the masks they will protect you from getting [Covid-19] yourself".

Since the start of the outbreak, more than 2.2 million people in the USA have been infected with the coronavirus and at least 119,000 have died.

"Things opened up prematurely", Dr. Peter Hotez of the Baylor College of Medicine told CNN.

On Thursday, Palestinian Health Minister Mai al-Kaila warned of a possible second wave of infections, "more risky than the first". "That's what happens when you reopen and you don't do it intelligently, you do it politically", Cuomo told CBS Sunday Morning as New York City prepares to enter the second stage of its reopening plan on Monday.

Almost two dozens states are reporting an increase in cases of COVID-19, and some are setting records for the number of new daily cases.

As of Saturday, Massachusetts had reported the third-highest death toll in the United States with 7,828 and 106,936 for fifth in the nation. Most of the younger cases are asymptomatic.

The U.S reported some 30,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday, the highest number of daily infections recorded since May 1, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

Arizona and the Carolinas have also experienced a recent surge in cases. As of Monday morning, US officials reported 2,291,700 cases of the new coronavirus-up from 2,201,300 cases as of Friday morning.

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