Coronavirus: Spanish deaths fall for fourth consecutive day

  • Coronavirus: Spanish deaths fall for fourth consecutive day

Coronavirus: Spanish deaths fall for fourth consecutive day

"This is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans' lives", Adams said on "Fox News Sunday".

While showing up on NBC News' "Meet The Press", Adams attended to statewide remain at house orders, stating "I talked to many of these governors, and here's what I say to them. And I want America to understand that". Models of the advance of the virus show the death toll increasing sharply in the next seven to nine days, with the fatalities often lagging increases in the number of confirmed cases by a week or two. Cases in United Kingdom rose to 48,406 on Sunday from 41,903 a day earlier.

On Saturday, the death toll rose 1,331. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia, and death.

As of Sunday morning, 12,418 people have died in Spain after testing positive for Covid-19.

"The tension between "federal mandated" versus "states" rights' to do what they want is something that I don't want to get into", the general public well being authentic mentioned in a CNN interview.

The White House's coronavirus task force has said it expects at least 100,000 US deaths from the virus in the coming weeks and months.

"Yes, we are seeing a glimmer of hope", but "we are entering a new phase that will not be easy, the transition phase", said Dr Maria Jose Sierra of the health ministry's emergencies centre.

"After multiple conversations with the White House, we've secured an additional 500 ventilators", New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy posted on Twitter in Sunday.

For example, the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation estimates the USA will need 32,000 ventilators by mid-April.

MI and Florida have also seen surges in coronavirus cases.

The number of people infected in the United States has exceeded 300,000, with the death toll climbing past 8,400.

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said his state was running out of ventilators and hospital beds, as New Orleans weathers one of the nation's worst outbreaks. Rather than chase every update, we'll try to keep things in context and focus on helping you make decisions.

"I can't lock the state down... people also have to be responsible for themselves", she said.

IL on Sunday reached 11,256 cases and 274 cases - an increase of 31 fatalities for seventh place - as Pritzker said the state is projected to experience a peak over the next two weeks.

After saying that even residents of states without a stay-at-home order are still following guidelines from the Center of Disease Control, Adams then compared the coronavirus crisis to smoking and opioid usage, saying that states have different laws on cigarettes and drugs and that "more people will die even in the worst projections from cigarette smoking in this country than are going to die from coronavirus this year". "We may not be able to put 10 [ thousand], 20 [ thousand], 30,000 people in one place".