While some state in America are hot,dimng down their infection rates….
Others state’s, particularly in the MidWest are seeing infection rates climb back up to almost record levels….
Dr Fauci, the infection expert, cautions that just wearing masks, washing hands and social distancing could cut a huge amount of infections cases down….
With President Trump’s urging?
Wide swaths of Americans refuse buckle down against the Covid-19 virus….
That and a general fatigue against the restrictions the virus has forced on Americans wanting to go back to some sort of normalcy has infections climbing to levels we haven’t seen since the early summer…
And winter is around the corner which may make things worst….
(Deaths from the virus have remained much lower than months ago)
A Biden admin is sure to bring pressure on governor’s to clamp down in their state’s….
Also by late winter or early spring several vaccine’s will come on the market …
But for now?
Things ARE getting worst in some part’s of the country try and Europe…
The United States is in the midst of one of the most severe surges of the coronavirus to date, with more new cases reported across the country on Friday than on any other single day since the pandemic began.
Since the start of October, the rise in cases has been steady and inexorable, with no plateau in sight. By Friday evening, more than 82,000 cases had been reported across the country, breaking a single-day record set on July 16 by more than 6,000 cases.
By that measure, Friday was the worst day of the pandemic, and health experts warned of a further surge as cold weather sets in. The number of people hospitalized with Covid-19 has already risen 40 percent in the past month. Deaths have remained relatively flat but are often a lagging indicator….
As the nation reached a record on Friday, experts expressed worry about what the coming weeks might bring.
Testing has become more available in recent months, and administering more tests can often uncover cases that might otherwise go unnoticed. But experts said that the uptick in cases now could not simply be explained as a result of more testing. Even as cases of the virus are rising, deaths have remained relatively flat at about 775 a day.