The novel coronavirus pneumonia death toll in novel coronavirus pneumonia has exceeded 400 thousand cases. The average population of the United States is 330 million, which means that one out of every 825 Americans is dying of new crown pneumonia.
Although the number of new confirmed cases and deaths in a single day in the United States has declined recently, American health experts have warned that the “dark moment” of the epidemic in the United States has not passed.
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Data show that the state with the most cumulative new crown deaths in the United States is New York state; As of 6:22 a.m. Beijing time today (20th), there were 41354 cases, followed by California with 34010 cases, Texas with more than 33000 deaths and Florida with more than 24000 deaths, and New Jersey and Illinois with more than 20000 deaths.
In California, the “hardest hit area” of the current epidemic in the United States, due to the rapid growth of death cases, the remains of the dead can not be handled in time.
Family members of the novel coronavirus pneumonia: we call the cemetery, and the staff told us that there were still more than one hundred dead people waiting to be buried.
Recently, the number of new confirmed cases and deaths in a single day in the United States has declined. Some people think that the “dawn” of the epidemic in the United States has begun. However, some health experts warn that the “dark moment” of the epidemic in the United States has not passed.
Infectious disease expert Todd & middot; Edlin: it’s still winter. The virus likes to spread indoors. We were exhausted in dealing with the epidemic before, and now there are more and more mutant strains. I’m afraid the dark time has not passed.
Nearly 90% of respondents in US media opinion poll think the epidemic situation in the United States is not under control & nbsp;
The out of control epidemic has seriously affected the normal operation of American society.
On the 19th local time, ABC released the latest public opinion survey results, which showed that nearly 90% of the respondents thought that the epidemic situation in the United States was not under control, and 52% of them said that the epidemic situation in the United States was completely out of control;.
The poll also shows that the attitudes of respondents with different political tendencies, races and educational backgrounds towards the epidemic are also very different & mdash; & mdash; according to the reports of the US media, this shows to a certain extent that the US society is further tearing apart.