The United States had already exceeded 12 million people with COVID-19 on Saturday (Nov. 21), according to real-time data from Johns Hopkins University, which found the number of people infected. The latest 1 million people take the virus in just 6 days.
Today, the world’s largest economy There were 12,019,960 cumulative cases of COVID-19 and 255,414 deaths in both cases. It took the tragic milestone of 12 million just six days after hitting 11 million.
With the increase in cases of infection in the US at an alarming rate. As a result, many cities have reverted to a new round of lockdown measures to contain the virus spread.
Health workers urged people to stop home on vacation. On Thanksgiving next week Festival which usually Americans often travel across town. To go to live together with the family
New york city Ordered to close the classroom For 1.1 million students and California The curfew began from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Saturday (Nov. 21), and Chicago, the third largest city in the United States, has been under mandatory quarters since Monday (Nov. 16). )
On Friday, President Donald Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., said he had a positive COVID-19 test and was in quarantine. Self disease
Donald Trump Jr.’s positive results came after a row of people at the White House was infected with COVID-19, including his father. It was hospitalized, including First Lady Melania and Donald Trump’s youngest son Barron.
The Trump administration has come under intense criticism for its approach to the pandemic. And attempts to underestimate the virulence of the virus
President Joe Biden on Monday expressed his disappointment that Trump refused to cooperate with the White House power transfer process, warning that “more people will die from the coronavirus. If not immediately cooperate with fighting the pandemic disease “
However, amid negative news. There are still signs of hope when the US biotech giant Fire Power and biotech. Partner from Germany It said Friday that it will soon submit an emergency approval for their COVID-19 vaccine.