The map is almost all red U.S. media says U.S. epidemic has reached catastrophic level Fauci recommends mandatory wearing of masks
Original title: The epidemic map is almost all red! U.S. media said the U.S. epidemic has reached a catastrophic level, Fauci recommends that citizens be forced to wear masks Source: CCTV News Client
According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 16:30 on November 15th (5:30 on the 16th, Beijing time), the number of new coronary pneumonia infections in the United States has reached 11,000,984, and the number of deaths has reached 246006 cases.
From 16:30 on November 14th to 16:30 on November 15th local time (24 hours), there were 141,323 new cases and 553 new deaths.
What does it mean that there are over 11 million confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States?
The cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeds 11 million, which means that on average, one in every 30 Americans is diagnosed with the new coronavirus.
The U.S. population accounts for about 4% of the world's total population, but the cumulative number of confirmed cases accounts for more than 20% of the global cumulative number of cases; the number of deaths from new coronary pneumonia in the United States accounts for almost 20% of the total number of global deaths. %.
Public health experts in the United States generally believe that in the nearly ten months since the first confirmed case of new coronary pneumonia was reported on January 21, the United States has always been "sucked in mud" during the first wave of epidemics, and the epidemic curve has never fallen sufficiently low. The level is just “leveling out” between the peak and the peak.
Recently, the number of confirmed cases in the United States has continued to surge again. The number of newly confirmed cases in a single day has exceeded 100,000 for several consecutive days, and the highest record has been continuously refreshed, even approaching 200,000 cases—how much will the new peak "peak"? high? There is still an unknown at the moment.