United States’ President Donald Trump, whose administration has been criticized for lack of national Coronavirus testing capacity, said Friday that the states [of the US] are responsible for increasing their testing capacity. This has been a clear factor in the spread of the Coronavirus Outbreak in the US.
The governors considered that the campaigns should be expanded to the national level and that the federal government should continue helping, before considering the reopening the economy. Before the daily White House press conference, the New York state governor Andrew Cuomo, Governer of the epicenter of the epidemic in the United States, said Friday that he needed federal help to increase testing.
Stay Ahead Of The Wave New York City
Great correspondence from The New England Journal of Medicine, titled “Stay Ahead of the Wave” further describes the spread of the Coronavirus in New York City.
They are at the heart of the epidemic right now. The United States is now the global epicenter of the Covid-19 pandemic, and New York State concentrates the majority of cases in the country, with more than 200,000 positive people, according to the New York Times count. . New York City has just over half;
The municipalities of the Bronx and Queens are the most affected. In the latter district, more than 30,000 cases have been reported, according to local press. This is where one of the hospitals in Mount Sinai is located, where Erik Blutinger, a young emergency physician, works. Erick Eiting is the head of the emergency room at another network hospital, the Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan. The two filmed and documented, on April 7 and the night of April 10-11.
Erick Eiting has also addressed the issue of African American patients. This segment of the population, because of its prevalence in the poorer segments of Americans, is more likely to develop severe forms of the disease and die from it.
According to Time magazine, just over 10,000 people have contracted the virus from the richest 25% of New Yorkers. But when you look at the poorest 25%, that number rises to almost 40,000.
Reports by NYPost, indicate we might be looking at 2.7 Million infections in New York.
The Coronavirus epidemic is wreaking havoc in New York State and in New York City in particular. On April 10, 2020, New York State had more than 161,000 Coronavirus cases, more than any other country in the world. At the same time, Spain has registered the spread of the Coronavirus outbreak to around 153,000 cases and Italy a total of almost 147,000 cases. The death toll is nearly 7,000 for New York State.
New York City predicts 21% of it’s citizens are infected, more than any other city in the world and more than the official figures for the spread of the Coronavirus in China as a whole. The death toll in New York City reached over 15,000, including over 400 on April 23rd.
With a new antibody test, New York State is predicting an alarming 2.7 million infected, indicating a massive underestimation in the spread of the Coronavirus.
Geneticists say today that the virus that affects New York has come from the United Kingdom. While Donald Trump had banned passengers from continental Europe from entering the United States on March 13, 2020, the United States administration had waited until March 16, 2020 to extend the ban to the United Kingdom. However, measurements are too late given the incubation time.
The first Coronavirus case was effectively identified on March 2, 2020 in Westchester County, North Bronx, before spreading at lightning speed.
The epidemic is said to have peaked in New York
A Ray of Hope Anyway: New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo revealed that the number of new patients hospitalized for the coronavirus had reached its lowest level on Thursday, April 9, 2020. However, talks of lessening social distancing policies could risk this effort. The governor asked the population to respect social distancing. Containment measures have been extended through April 29, 2020 in New York State.
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