The Latest Coronavirus Updates in the United States

The Latest Coronavirus Updates in the United States

November 27, 2020 0 By Stephen Callahan

Coronavirus pandemic has brought drastic impacts to the world economy and every sector of life. For instance, in the United States, schools were shut down, and we are now expecting a new phase reopening of schools. Since the outbreak of this infection, there has been in person and remote learning. On October 31, 2020, during a campaign rally in Florida, Trump announced that he would fire Antony Fauci after the elections. This remark was backed up by most of his supporters, who seemed to be very happy about that decision. In the last week, the United States recorded over 569 350 new coronavirus cases. This is according to the data analysis made by John Hopkins University.

During the same week, death cases were recorded in five states, including Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Alaska, and South Dakota. As of now, the United States of America has over 9.2 million confirmed coronavirus cases. The number of fatalities is at 231,500. All these are based on data and analysis done at John Hopkins University. Globally, there have been 1.2 million recorded coronavirus deaths, and 46.8 million confirmed infection cases.

Regardless of the increasing cases of Coronavirus cases, museums based in California are in talks with the government to loosen requirements for phase reopening of the economy. However, several museums in the United have been opened under strict measures to curb the virus’s spread. California is one of the states where controlling the spread of the virus. As a result, the United States’ government has decided to impose strict measures to combat this disease’s spread. The discussions have focused on the reopening of the Universal Studios Hollywood and Disneyland. Similarly, museums in these states are seeking the government to loosen its restrictive measures. These museums recommend the government to major on temperature checks, wearing face masks, and time tickets.

Recently, a governor from the Republican party, Mark Gordon, is in isolation for 14 days to contact the COVID-19. The governor was first tested, and the results were negative; however, we are waiting for the secondary test results to determine whether he is infected with the virus or not. Luckily, everyone who was part and parcel of the meeting had their face masks on. The self-isolation is expected to end on November 11. Another popular politician in isolation is Brian Kemp, the governor of Georgia.

Charlie Baker, the governor of Massachusetts, decided to impose a stay-at-home measure to help combat the virus’s spread. Recently there were increasing cases of COVID-19, and therefore, it was high time Charlie Baker found a solution to this problem. Some of the measures implemented by Massachusetts’ governor include restriction of intermingling at night. Only important activities were allowed to take place. From 9:30 p.m. to 5 a.m., restaurants, bars, theatres, and salons are some of the areas that are supposed to be closed. During this period, you are only allowed to buy take away food. By doing all these, the government will help curb the spread of the coronavirus. You have to wear face masks at all times and enhance social distancing.