Buddy, first dog in US with COVID-19, dies in Staten Island

Buddy, first dog in US with COVID-19, dies in Staten Island

More than 150,000 people in the USA have died from the virus, according to Johns Hopkins.

There is no mandatory testing requirement for animals living in homes with Covid-19 positive people so it is unknown exactly how many pets in the USA may be infected and whether those with underlying health conditions, similar to humans, may be at higher risk.

Locally, Orange County reported 371 new cases, for a total of 28,191 since March 1.

Here is how the news is developing today.

The United States, however, is still battling its first wave, having never taken control of the virus, and on Wednesday alone the country recorded 1,267 new deaths in the past 24 hours and notched more than 68,000 new daily cases.

At least 17,022,877 cases have been registered as the pandemic accelerates with a million new infections detected in the last four days.

Despite the rising cases and deaths, President Donald Trump is heading to Tampa on Friday to raise money for his reelection campaign, spawning protests.

"It looked like it was his insides coming out". "To that end, I'm asking all Floridians to join me in this important effort".

The league said the game has been rescheduled as part of a traditional doubleheader on Sunday, Aug. 2 at 1:10 p.m. (CT).

"Before you know it, two to three weeks down the pike, you're in trouble", he said.

In the world of sports, Major League Baseball has been leading the way in resuming games. That is 20% of the league.

In all, the university's running tally counted 150,034 fatalities, and over 4.39 million confirmed cases. "Of course I would like to emphasise: It is for pet owners not to leave their animals in a test. Those people, even if they are asymptomatic, can then spread it to their household, which may include someone who becomes seriously ill or who may die".

But with the outbreak heating up in the Midwest, Democratic Wisconsin Gov.

The pandemic is taking a terrible toll on Americans and their economy, even as federal and local officials struggle to contain the coronavirus - and in many cases, to agree on a basic level about what preventive measures should be taken.

"It's not going to spontaneously come down", Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, he said in a call with several governors about the raging pandemic.

Exactly six months after the World Health Organization declared an global emergency over the deadly pathogen, countries around the globe are seeing rises in infections that are damaging economies and forcing disruptive protection measures.

"That's a surefire sign that you've got to be really careful", Fauci said on GMA.

California, Florida and Texas reported record increases in Covid-19 deaths for a second day in a row on Wednesday, according to the Reuters tally. The country also accounts for well over half the total number of cases in Africa.

According to a federal report, the "Red Zone" states climbed to 21, meaning they reached more than 100 new cases per 100,000 people in one week.

The increase of 10,000 COVID-19 deaths in 11 days is the fastest in the United States since early June.

In terms of overall population (both healthy people and those confirmed to have the coronavirus), the US mortality rate is roughly equal to that in France.

The pace of infections has accelerated since the USA death toll passed 100,000 on May 27.

Texas leads the nation with almost 4,300 deaths so far this month, followed by Florida with 2,900 and California, the most populous state, with 2,700.

Related Articles