After a big drop in new COVID-19 cases in recent weeks from the January record, President Joe Biden spoke with public health officials on Monday, warning that the United States may lose hard-won results if cases of the virus continue. Increase.
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said she is deeply concerned about the rise in new cases, but states continue to ease coronavirus-related restrictions.
She also said that we don’t want to re-sign seventy thousand cases a day and two thousand deaths every day.
This Sunday was the day that states for the first time this month reported high case counts on the rise. And this week there are more cases than the previous week. According to USA TODAY data.
Many new setbacks went into effect Monday in different states, such as removing the midnight curfew from midnight to 5 a.m. and allowing more capacity for outdoor gatherings. Lifting restrictions on all business and personal care points. In New Jersey, they opened a large entertainment venue with a 10 percent capacity indoors. And in Massachusetts, the state eases restrictions on restaurants and increases interior capacity.
Not just in the United States, but around the world, infections have risen in the past week after six consecutive weeks of declines in infection cases. According to the director of the world health organization, mr. Tedros Adhanom the reason for the increase in cases is to relax public health measures. That should not be avoided, we must all follow the rules until the end of the pandemic. To prevent ourselves and our loved ones from disease and reduce the death rate.
The former president of the United States of America and his wife (Donald Trump and Melania) were vaccinated in January for COVID-19 before leaving the White House, according to the New York Times report. While all members and elected officials were publicly vaccinated to increase vaccination and emphasize safety. Whereas Trump did not. He did not encourage people in the state to get vaccinated even during his speech Sunday.
In an effort to support the vaccination program, Twitter says it will tag tweets that mislead people about coronavirus vaccines starting Monday. Which is part of cracking down on misleading and misleading information about the coronavirus vaccine. Since then, Twitter has deleted more than 8,400 messages and tweets and challenges more than 11.5 million Twitter accounts worldwide.
Many hospitals report that the ICU is full and has been reduced by nearly 50 percent across the country since the previous month. According to USA Today data. California Governor Gavin Newsom and other lawmakers struck a $ 2 billion deal for public schools to take back students. Schools will open with strict restrictions and for that, they need additional funds, they will reopen all elementary and middle schools this month.
Dr. Anthony Fauc, who learned from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said that elementary school children can begin receiving vaccinations later this year and early next, while secondary school children will be vaccinated in the fall.