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Novel Coronavirus is in every US county

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As Coronavirus cases continue to rise every day, Government officials now claim that the novel coronavirus has spread to nearly every state and territory in the United States.

With 675,276 cases and 12,234 deaths, California has the highest cases, overtaking Florida, Texas, and New York.

These numbers, however, aren’t shown to be giving the whole picture because mild or asymptomatic infections have not been diagnosed.

Every state shows a different pattern, with many states still not having seen its peak. As such, unlike countries like South Korea where one-size-fits-all approach can be enforced, the US cannot rely on such system, says Dr. Anthony Fauci.

The three-step guidelines issued by the White House is seen as vague, and there are no standards which the states must meet before it can reopen. All that must be guaranteed, is that the states show robust testing programs for at-risk health care workers, and a downward trend in symptoms.

While many good news of vaccines continue to bombard our news feed every once in a while, this is still a very real and developing disease, and now, no US county is safe from it.


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