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Coronavirus sees its deadliest day as Americans are told to stay home

Coronavirus sees its deadliest day as Americans are told to stay home

One in three Americans have now been ordered to stay quarters as US health officials find the maintenance for dire warnings approximately what the neighboring days of the coronavirus pandemic will see subsequently.

The events come together during a harrowing sickness milestone for the US: the deadliest day still taking into account 100 appendage coronavirus-related deaths reported Monday.

“It’s just going to make a attain of worse this week and worse neighboring-door week,” Dr. Leana Wen, a visiting professor at George Washington University, told CNN Monday night. “How bad it gets depends about the happenings that we each can submit to today.”

Wen’s words echo the prediction US Surgeon General Jerome Adams made Monday: “This week, it will gain bad.”

“We in fact, really obsession everyone to stay at home,” he told NBC’s “Today,” motion.

Coronavirus cases increase on daily basis

There were again 42,660 coronavirus cases in the country Tuesday — after more or less half in New York. At least 541 Americans have died.

Along since New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, at least 15 auxiliary governors have announced stay-at-in flaming orders in states including Illinois, Louisiana, Ohio, Oregon, Washington disclosure and Hawaii. All 16 orders will influence ahead effect by Wednesday.

In Georgia, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Monday night a 14-day “Stay at home” order for the city.

“Across the globe we are seeing a growing wisdom of urgency, and we must the complete make some sacrifices to fracture the chain of infections and avert a worst-attack scenario,” she said in an announcement.

But as city and make a clean breast, leaders have been pushing for more events to save residents at odds. From shutting beside bars to banning public gatherings to keeping everyone in their homes. The President says the country will occur and meting out anew “soon.”

“America, will anew, and soon, be access for business,” President Donald Trump said Monday. “A lot sooner than three or four months that somebody was suggesting. Lot sooner.”

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