Coronavirus scanning across New York, California fears it could be next

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NEW YORK / LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The state of New York suffered another quick and brutal increase in COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, staggering hospitals at the coronavirus disease center. of the United States, because California could face the next major pandemic wave of disease.

In New York City, home to more than 8 million people, health officials have been trying to find beds for the growing number of coronavirus patients as the number of deaths across the state has increased to 210, with more than 25,600. case is confirmed.

The White House advises anyone who visits or leaves New York to isolate themselves.

Everyone in New York should isolate themselves for the next 14 days to ensure that the virus does not spread to others, no matter where they go, whether it is Florida, North Carolina or as far as Long Island, Mr. Deborah. Birx, who is helping lead the White House coronavirus tax force, said at a press conference late in the afternoon.

Expected demand for hospital beds in New York state at the peak of the outbreak has risen to 140,000, almost three times what is currently available. The infection is now doubling every three days in New York and the worst can still be two to three weeks, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said.

Nationwide, COVID-19, which erupted late last year in Wuhan, China, infected more than 53,000 people and killed at least 720 people.

President Donald Trump declared major disasters for New York and Washington, …

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