Theres a surge in confirmed cases in the United States Democrats: were afraid weve lost to the virus

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 Theres a surge in confirmed cases in the United States Democrats: were afraid weve lost to the virus


The whole country is in a sea of fire, and weve lost control of it, said California democratic representative Anna ashoe Amy Bora, another Democratic Representative in the state, warned that the worst may not yet come. Combined with her own medical experience, Bora pointed out that some studies have shown that the new coronavirus has mutated, even if the pathogenicity is not more serious, the infectivity will become stronger, which will make it more difficult for the United States to deal with the epidemic in the future. We still have a long way to go. He said.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Capitol Hill pointed out that Washington state had controlled the epidemic to a certain extent, but recently it has increased significantly again. Pramila jayapal, the democratic representative of the state, compared the epidemic situation in the United States to the hunger game in reality, which made the States split their faces in the process of competing for medical supplies and hospital resources. Rick Larson, a Democrat also from Washington state, said that if the U.S. government could not respond positively to the epidemic, but let the States come up with their own remedial measures, the fight against the epidemic would not be effective. We should not let the States deal with the new coronavirus on their own, but through the federal level. Larson said. In addition, some medical experts have repeatedly pointed out that the United States has not yet leveled the epidemic curve. Antony fouch, director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases, said that many states have started to restart when the epidemic situation has reached a plateau, while many countries still choose to continue the blockade even when the epidemic is on a downward trend. In addition, the United States still allows most social activities in the early stage of the epidemic. Fouch said that these two make the epidemic continue to spread, and has not been controlled.. American infectious disease expert: the United States is moving in the wrong direction at a speed of millions of miles per hour. Fudge: if the United States had taken measures earlier, it could have saved more lives. After Trumps bombardment, the US media chief revealed the behind the failure of the White Houses anti epidemic campaign. Source: overseas network editor in charge: Hua Chengyu_ NBJ11143

Capitol Hill pointed out that Washington state had previously controlled the epidemic to a certain extent, but recently there has been a significant increase again. Pramila jayapal, the democratic representative of the state, compared the epidemic situation in the United States to the hunger game in reality, which made the States split their faces in the process of competing for medical supplies and hospital resources. Rick Larson, a Democrat also from Washington state, said that if the U.S. government could not respond positively to the epidemic, but let the States come up with their own remedial measures, the fight against the epidemic would not be effective.

In addition, some medical experts have repeatedly pointed out that the United States has not yet leveled the epidemic curve. Antony fouch, director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases, said that many states have started to restart when the epidemic situation has reached a plateau, while many countries still choose to continue the blockade even when the epidemic is on a downward trend. In addition, the United States still allows most social activities in the early stage of the epidemic. Fouch said that these two make the epidemic continue to spread, and has not been controlled..