A new model of the CDC predicts up to 150,000 American COVID-19 deaths by mid-July | Instant News


The American centers for control and prevention of diseases released the latest forecast expect American deaths coronavirus, predicting that between 130,000 and 150,000 Americans die from the new virus to 18 July.

Updated forecast to put out the CDC environment consists of combining data from more than 20 national models that also predict an increase in mortality in a number of States over the next four weeks, including Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Hawaii, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, the CDC says, will exceed the number of registered deaths in the last month.

According to the new forecast, the death toll comes as the Ministry of health reported hospitalizations and the load reached new highs in over a dozen us States last week.

In late may, the CDC said the number of American deaths from the coronavirus to exceed 115,000 by June 20. That day it was reported that more than 119, 000 Americans died from the disease, according to Johns Hopkins.

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The figure shows the CDC total reported COVID-19 deaths and the predicted deaths over the next four weeks in the United States.

Some 34,700 new cases were recorded Tuesday across the country, according to a count kept of the Johns Hopkins University. The number was higher than in any other day except April 9 and a record date of April 24, when 36,400 cases were registered.

The virus causes more than 120 000 deaths in the United States — the largest number in the world — and more than 2.3 million confirmed cases of infection across the country as of 24 Jun 2020. On Wednesday, a widely quoted University of Washington computer model of the epidemic is projected approximately 180 000 deaths from Oct. 1.

California announced a staggering 7 100 new cases. One day in Florida count rose to 5500, 25% jump from the record set last week.

In Texas, which began to rise in its stoppage for may 1, the number of hospitalizations doubled, and the number of new cases has increased three times in two weeks. Governor Greg Abbott told local media that the country faces a “massive outbreak” and may need new local restrictions to save the hospital space.

Cases is also increasing in other parts of the world. India reported a record one-day increase of almost 16 000 cases. Mexico and Iraq also hit new highs.

But China seems to have tamed a new outbreak in Beijing, once again demonstrating its ability to quickly mobilize its vast resources to the test almost 2.5 million people in 11 days. China on Wednesday reported 12 cases across the country, from 22 yesterday.

Worldwide, more than 9.2 million people were confirmed infected and close to half a million died on June 24, Earl John Hopkins.

And against the background of already grim number of deaths caused by the virus, medical experts have warned that we are still in the early stage of the pandemic, doctors in the US continue to deal with new aspects of the disease.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and infectious diseases, said last week, we are still in the “first wave” of the epidemic.

Confusion at what stage of a pandemic, Americans experience due to not having a single national narrative, and 50 different stories.

“All 50 States in different parts of the curve, so I think that’s where it gets confusing, because some States get away with the peak and in fact are declining past a plateau,” said Dr. Tom Tsai, a surgeon and policy in the field of health postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University T. H. Chan school of public health. “Some States have peaked and are stuck in a plateau. And then we have, for example, in Arizona, Texas and Florida, where there is now such a big splash”.

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Despite the recent surge in cases, presidents Donald trump at a campaign rally on Saturday said that he has asked his administration to slow the testing for the coronavirus, because reliable testing is too many cases COVID-19.

Trump falsely attribute the rise in cases, with growth trials in the United States

On Tuesday, the President doubled down on his test rally comments, tweeting, “things are in the US because we test far more than in any other country, and is constantly expanding. With small tests we wanted to show less business!”

Fauci and other public health authorities refuted the statement of the trump that he told them not to pressure testing because it looks bad to bring more disease in the world.

They also demonstrated that the increase in the number of cases in recent years not only from increased testing, as trump and Vice-President Mike Pence has repeatedly offered, but also from the States relaxing their precautions, and the Americans resume behaviors that contribute to the spread of the coronavirus.

The associated Press contributed to this story.



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