The Nov. 29 report, released Nov. 29, “The November 29 report states that” the risk of coverage for all Americans is at an all-time high. “
“The daily outbreak of COVID after Memorial Day, but before the summer, there were more than 25,000 cases / day and now there are more than 180,000 cases / day; more than 30,000 patients were treated at that time, but now there are more than 90,000 cases,” An increase after thanksgiving would reduce COVID patient care, as well as overall medical care. “
In a dramatic increase, the team, which has repeatedly appealed in weekly reports to state authorities to implement stricter mitigation measures, including quarantine enforcement and indoor food restrictions, urges health officials to take matters into their own hands.
“If state and local policies do not reflect the severity of the current situation, all health officials must notify the state population directly,” the report said.
The report goes on to say to health officials: “Be informed that if you are over 65 years of age or have a serious medical condition, you should not enter a public place in an undisclosed location due to your health risk; should be provided with drinks and medicines.”
In addition, the report was voiced by the work coordinator, Dr. Deborah Birx, who urged Americans traveling to behave as if they had the virus.
“If you are younger than 40 years, you need that infected over Thanksgiving if you gather up your family. Most of you will not have; however, you are a danger to others and to be separated from anyone if you are older than 65 years or conditional medical and gathered outside the family, you are vulnerable to infectious diseases, serious; if you have one, you must have been said in the medical majority work in infectious virus”.
The commission pointed to “clear improvements” in European countries after those countries issued “strong public and private reductions but maintained education.”
However, the Working Group said, “In many parts of the United States, state poverty alleviation efforts are not enough, resulting in a sustainable or long-term referral peaks – in seven weeks,” urging all states and territories to “bend this single curve” in a non-sustainable COVID system.