New York novel coronavirus pneumonia death rate in the US may be underestimated by as much as 50% of the number of residents. The governor Cuomo confirmed 29 days ago that the number of deaths in the nursing home in the state was more than thousands of people. Como also accused that the root of the problem is the federal government.
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New York governor Cuomo: the New York State Department of health has followed the guidance of the federal government, so if you think this is a mistake, go and talk to the federal government. This is not blaming each other or shirking responsibility, but it has become a political football, right?
Novel coronavirus pneumonia was reported by the state judicial department on 28, which is at least 12743 of the nursing home residents, and is far higher than the official 8505 deaths. Vivian Zayas’s mother died of new coronavirus in a nursing home in New York State last year. Vivian said she thought the nursing home would take protective measures for the elderly, but it obviously backfired.
The novel coronavirus pneumonia Vivian · Zajas: I thought she would be safe, but it was not the case because we believed that if someone in the nursing home had a new crown pneumonia or they suspected someone was infected, they would tell us. And we know in our hearts that the death toll must be higher.
Vivian Zayas pointed out that the root of the tragedy is the government’s response to the existing problems.
Vivian Zayas, daughter of a patient who died in a nursing home: the government is only concerned about the number of deaths in nursing homes, not the thousands of elderly people who have been sent to hospitals and died there. I think the elderly are generally ignored. I think people, even the government leadership, have a mentality that the elderly are dying and have no value to the society. They think that they will no longer work and contribute.
According to US media reports, according to the preliminary statistics of 23 states in the United States, there are also obvious racial differences in vaccination in the United States. In Maryland, 63% of the vaccinations were given to white residents, while only 15% were given to African Americans, who make up 31% of the state’s population. In Texas, some data show that only 9% of vaccinators are Hispanics, and Hispanics make up nearly 40% of the state’s population.