Coronavirus cases have risen in 36 states as experts believe Florida could be a new hotspot for infections following an increase in the state. Repo
Coronavirus cases have risen in 36 states as experts believe Florida could be a new hotspot for infections following an increase in the state. Reports have revealed a spike in cases across the US in young people. Florida released a single-day record since the pandemic began for new cases of Covid-19 on Saturday.
Officials revealed that 9,585 new coronavirus cases had been recorded early weekend.
Figures match those of New York’s peak in early April.
On Sunday, Florida’s Department of Health revealed another 8,530 cases.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis attributed the findings to the “test dump.”
Ron DeSantis’s conclusions support WhiteHouse claims that an increased in testing is resulting in the higher numbers.
The Ex-head of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested that the country still has difficult times to overcome.
Speaking to Fox News, former CDC Director Tom Frieden Fox News on Sunday: “As a doctor, a scientist, an epidemiologist, I can tell you with 100% certainty that in most states where you’re seeing an increase.
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Deaths are yet to hit a peak because deaths are delayed by about a month.
At least 12 states have halted plans to continue easing lockdown for now.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee revealed that reopening efforts have been paused in an attempt to stem rising cases.
Some states were preparing to enter stage four of easing lockdown “which would essentially mean no restrictions.”
The statement read: “Phase 4 would mean a return to normal activity, and we can’t do that now.
“This is an evolving situation and we will continue to make decisions based on the data.”
Whilst Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced last week the state would also suspend plans to initiate phase four.
“I ask all Texans to do their part to slow the spread of Covid-19 by wearing a mask, washing their hands regularly, and socially distancing from others.
The more that we all follow these guidelines, the safer our state will be and the more we can open up Texas for business.”