“Neo-crown (infection) cases are climbing in nearly every state in the U.S., and the U.S. could see a ‘third (epidemic) peak'”. With this title, NBC TV warned of new concerns about the emergence of a new coronary epidemic in the United States on 19 March.
According to NBC, over the past 14 days, (new) cases of new coronary infections have increased in 38 states, the capital Washington, D.C., and Guam, while (new) cases have been flat in nine states. Among them, Vermont and New Mexico saw a spike in cases. However, the number of new cases in Texas declined slightly.
NBC also stats that North and South Dakota have the highest number of weekly infections per capita in the nation and that intensive care units across the country are overcrowded.
“We’re really struggling,” said infectious disease doctor Todd Vento on NBC’s “Today” show. work, but they’re really at a point where they’re not sustainable.” The report said that some epidemiologists warned that the new crown epidemic in the United States may appear “third peak”, and mainly concentrated in the Midwest and the plains of the United States.
The report also mentions that thousands of people, many of whom were not wearing masks, attended Trump’s rally in Janesville, Wisconsin, on local time 17. And according to the Wisconsin Department of Health, the state had a record 3,861 new cases on the 16th. And since March, North Dakota has up to 4% of residents have been “hit”, and most cases are in the past few weeks infected with the new coronavirus. Also according to Johns Hopkins University statistics, as of 17:24 GMT 19, a total of 8154936 cases of new coronary confirmed cases in the United States, a total of 219674 deaths.