According to the latest statistics from Johns Hopkins University, there were 1,303 new deaths in the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic in the United States, with a total of 56,144 deaths and a total of more than 1 million confirmed cases. As more and more states began to lift the closure of the city, Texas also announced the lifting of the family order, but with the hospitalization rate still high, New York, the hardest hit area, is not in a hurry to loosen it.
The number of confirmed cases of infection in the United States has exceeded one million, and the number of recovered persons is at least 111,100. As for the new death toll, compared with nearly 2,500 people on Saturday, it has fallen sharply.
On Monday, more and more states began to lift the closure orders, the latest including Colorado, Mississippi, Minnesota, Montana and Tennessee, but New York Governor Como said he was prepared to extend the home order in the severely affected areas. Measures.
New York is the hardest hit by the epidemic in the United States, with more than 17,300 deaths and a total of nearly 292,000 diagnosed cases. But New York State’s single-day death toll has only increased by 337, the smallest single day since this month.
Como said that the home order will expire on the 15th of next month. Some areas where the epidemic situation is not serious can relax the home order, but I believe there are still many areas that will extend the existing restrictions.
In response to the epidemic, the New York State Electoral Commission voted on Monday to cancel the Democratic presidential nomination primary that had been postponed until June 23. The primary election will continue on June 23.
In Texas, Governor Abbot announced that he would sign an executive order allowing Texas to lift the home order from Thursday and restart the economy in stages. The first phase will start on May 1st and will resume operations including all restaurants, retail stores, cinemas and shopping malls. The flow of people in these places will be limited to two and a half of the maximum flow of people, and the offenders will be revoked their business licenses.
The first stage of opening also includes libraries and museums, but does not include barber shops, beauty salons, fitness rooms and bars. President Trump said he hopes to see many schools resume classes before the end of the school year.