According to overseas news on August 14, rodfield, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention, warned that the United States would usher in the most serious crisis in the history of public health this autumn if it did not comply with the epidemic prevention and control measures.
according to cable day, a senior U.S. federal health official issued a terrible warning. Redfield said, “for your country, for the war we are fighting against the new coronavirus, I ask you to do four simple things: put on masks, keep social distance, wash your hands, and stay away from rallies.” “I’m not asking some Americans to do this, but we all need to do it,” Redfield said
it is reported that some officials are preparing for the coming months. Quenton Lucas, the mayor of Kansas, Missouri, extended the city’s new coronavirus emergency order until January 16, 2021, requiring most people to wear masks in public places and limiting the number of bars to no more than 50%. “It’s clear now that the new coronavirus will not disappear in the next five months,” Kansas City health director Rex Archer said at a press conference on the 13th. As we enter autumn and winter, we will still face this health emergency. In addition, influenza usually occurs in autumn and winter
on August 13 local time, American public health expert Anthony Fauci said that he was “dissatisfied” with the current situation of the epidemic in the United States, and could not predict how long the epidemic would last. Fudge once again called on the federal government to adopt a unified nationwide approach to avoid mass immunization in order to reduce the number of confirmed cases. Speaking on ABC News’s National Geographic program, Fudge said U.S. public health officials are beginning to see “disturbing” increases in new coronavirus detection rates, returning positive in some parts of the United States. “Most importantly, I’m not satisfied with how things are going.” “We certainly hope that, we are in the midst of a very serious historical pandemic,” he added Novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in 5408669 cases around 6:30 Beijing time in August 14th, according to Worldometer real-time statistics. 170157 cases died in total. Compared with the data at 6:30 the previous day, 48367 new confirmed cases and 1026 new deaths were recorded in the United States. Novel coronavirus pneumonia died in the United States for more than 1000 days in 17 days on 12 July. (originally titled “CDC warning: the United States may face the worst public health crisis in history.”)