WORLDWIDE is ALWAYS WORST and LOCKDOWN floats! Here are the LATEST DATA on the CONTAGI BOOM »ILMETEO.it

CORONAVIRUS: WORLDWIDE is ALWAYS WORST and LOCKDOWN floats! Here are the LATEST DATA on the CONTAGI BOOM

Coronavirus infections that continue to rise in the world.Coronavirus infections that continue to rise in the world.The situation of the coronavirus continues to get worse, the contagions in the world not only do not stop, but tend to to increase.

The United States records 41500 cases in just 24 hours and they stay
fioccando i lockdown: critical situation in the state of New York and in California, with numbers that not only don’t stop, but rather they seem out of control. Same situation a Houston, with well 5000 hospitalized per day: the vertices of the Texas
Medical Center,
the main hospital in the city, have claimed that the maximum ICU capacity was reached, but then they were forced to remove the data, at the request of the governor Abbott, which has denied.
Measures to combat the coronavirus they are definitely anyway loose: non-urgent surgery was postponed, bars and part of the receptivity of restaurants closed, people were invited to stay at home, but without obligation, as well as it is not mandatory to wear masks, while there are large gatherings on beaches and roads.

It also does a lot to discuss the fact that the only coronavirus drug ascertained by the Food and Drug Administration, Redemsivir, has been put on payment, with the cost of approx $ 3120 per patient.

The switchboard remains very serious also in other places in the world, with 10 quartieri in lockdown a Melbourne, in Australia (with the police who will check that people scrupulously respect the rules) and with new measures being studied in Japan e Russia, precisely because of the rapid increase in infections.
The situation is far from rosy and it is important to be
very cautious and respectful of the rules suggested by scientists.

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