The arrival of Christmas and Thanksgiving vacation seem like not helping the Coronavirus cases to slow down, this is the most dangerous health crisis in the U.S
Johns Hopkins University data shows that The United States announced 2,046 deaths Wednesday, which is the highest Coronavirus one-day death the country has reported since early May, according to Kvia.
On the 16th straight day that figure set a record for the pandemic, 89,954 people currently hospitalized for Covid-19, the country hit a new hospitalization record, according to the Covid Tracking Project.
The director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota said that he is worrying that the Thanksgiving Day surge will then add into what will become the Christmas surge, which will make this one seem as if it wasn’t so bad.
The Us Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that there will be between 294,000 and 321,000 deaths in the US by December 19.
Osterholm told CNN’s Jim Acosta on Wednesday that Americans need to figure out how menacing the virus is and how much more murderous it will become.
The federal government’s Centers for Medicare & health care Services (CMS) declared an idea Wednesday to deliver acute hospitalization reception and relax rules on surgical care outside of hospitals as a part of a trial to extend care capability as coronavirus hospitalizations surge around the nation.
The centers can make it possible for vulnerable individuals to access essential non-coronavirus care without coming into a setting wherever they will be exposed to the virus.
“We’re at a new level of crisis response with Covid-19,” CMS Administrator Seema Verma affirmed in a statement. “With new areas across the country experiencing significant challenges to the capacity of their health care systems, our job is to make sure that CMS regulations are not standing in the way of patient care for Covid-19 and beyond.”
Osterholm and Verma don’t seem to be the only specialists pleading with and making an attempt to warn the general public, Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Wednesday that his final pre-Thanksgiving plea is to keep any indoor vacation gatherings as small as it could be.
Fauci said that we don’t want to see yet is another surge upon the current one, which we’ll only see three or three and a half weeks from now, and that this will happen if people aren’t careful.
Public health officers have usually urged Americans to celebrate Thanksgiving only with members of the same family, or a minimum of gathering outdoors, to avoid additional virus spread. The agency additionally suggested last week that Americans shouldn’t travel for Thanksgiving.
Still, travel is strong compared to previous weeks throughout the pandemic. Sunday saw the largest day for travel since March 16, with 1.05 million people screened, while quite 900,000 individuals were screened Tuesday, the Transportation Security Administration said.
According to Johns Hopkins University data, 12.7 cases of Covid-19 in the United States were registered and more than 262,000 deaths.
Scientists fears the darkest American medical days coming
As grim as the current numbers could appear, physicians and officers throughout the country are sticking more durable next few weeks.
Because of the pandemic, the chief of staff at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston, Dr. Joseph Varon said that he has been working for 251 days straight.
He said he suspects caseloads at the hospital can intensify because the country awaits a vaccinum, particularly if people don’t take seriously public health officials’ exhortations to socially distance and wear masks.
Varon affirmed on CNN Wednesday that if we don’t do things right in the next 6 to 12 months, the United States is going to see the most horrible and darkest days in American medical history.
He added that his hospital is so full that he added two new wings, and also because he can accommodate for the next few days since he knows that a lot of people are going to be sick after Thanksgiving.