With more than 70 million confirmed cases, the MAP of COVID-19 in the United States has turned purple

2022-06-17 0 By

China News network on January 26The number of confirmed cases in the United States has exceeded 72.34 million and the number of deaths has exceeded 890,000 as of 6:30 on Sunday Beijing time.The United States reported 446,123 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours.The New York Times published a set of charts on Monday (local time) showing the COVID-19 situation in the country, and some of the maps stand out.The map, in different colors, shows how many cases have been confirmed by state.The number of new cases per 100, 000 americans in the past week shifted from pale yellow to orange to red, with the highest being a dark purple, almost black.The COLOR-coded graphic of the CORONAVIRUS outbreak in the United States is based on the number of cases per 100,000 people.Image credit: Screenshots from the New York Times.On a current map of the United States, at first glance, most of the country looks reddish or deep purple.Despite the severity of the epidemic, the United States is still struggling to cope with it.Nearly 20,000 people marched in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.The march is said to be aimed at opposing the vaccination of COVID-19 and all compulsory measures against the disease.From the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial, marchers gathered for marches and speeches criticizing federal health officials and expressing distrust of government.Many of the demonstrators did not wear masks.Workers prepare in a tent at a nuclear acid testing site in Puyallup, Washington, on January 4, 2008.Last month, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new rules that further relaxed quarantine standards, reducing the quarantine period for health care workers infected with COVID-19 from 10 days to five to seven days.Some Florida hospitals, facing a shortage of staff, have controversially ordered infected health care workers to come back to work.”We’re like disposable products,” one local paramedic protested on social media.In the week after the CDC announced the new protocol, the number of confirmed CASES in the US who contracted COVID-19 while in hospital jumped by 80%, according to the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).A recent NBC news poll found that only 44 percent of Americans trust the CDC’s information about the outbreak.In another poll, only 36 percent of respondents said the U.S. response to the coronavirus was “going well.”Another incident left the American public with the impression that the CDC was “unreliable.”Recently, several monkeys from the CENTERS for Disease Control and Prevention escaped during transportation.Four monkeys escaped from a CDC laboratory in transit, leading us police to scramble for them, even using helicopters.Witnesses who came in contact with the monkeys were told to “look out for symptoms.”Eventually, all the monkeys were recovered and three were euthanized.Social media has been abuzz with speculation.File photo: DECONtamination works at a bank in Manhattan, New York, United States.According to CNN, since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, an average of one in five Americans has tested positive for the Novel coronavirus.The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the US has surged in the past month, accounting for a quarter of the total.The US is still the world’s largest in both confirmed cases and deaths from COVID-19, and the epidemic curve is hardly flat.The epidemic has changed the face of the country in a way that will be difficult to repair.(after)