COVID-19 In U.S.

Hardest and Saddest Week confronts U.S. as COVID-19 Continues to Shatter the Country

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 Highest Number of deaths in a Day

The rigorous outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has continued to affect the United States in a more devastating way. The nationwide number of cases on Sunday climbed over 3, 35,000 and the death toll also crossed 9500. Of the overall deaths, 1344 deaths were reported on Sunday, the most number of deaths recorded in the U.S. in a single day. The health officials are warning that the next two weeks will be crucial in the United States’ fight against coronavirus. Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, the surgeon general likened the coming week to a Pearl harbor on the 9/11 moment. He said that the upcoming week would be the ‘hardest and saddest week’ in most Americans’ lives.

A Battle to Stop the Spread

The health officials and the prime minister are hopeful to get out of this tricky scenario despite of the rising numbers. The President said, “We are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel.” “I think we all know we have to reach a certain point, and that point is going to be a horrific point in terms of death, but it’s also a point at which things are going to start changing,” he further added. The Vice-President Mike Pence also said, “We are beginning to see the glimmers of progress.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases said that it would be inappropriate to say that US has the pandemic under control. However, he told reporters at the White House briefing that a lag in the disease explained the apparent contradiction between a positive long-term outlook and the expectation of a bad week ahead. He also stressed the importance of social distancing measures pointing out to the Washington State, where such measures appear to be paying off.



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