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The spread of the Corona virus across the United States is prompting some states to ramp up the emergency response

The video above: Nurses from New Orleans head to Kansas Sea to help the hospital increase the spread of the new Corona virus, as the United States grapples with the sharp rise in COVID-19 cases, states like Colorado are taking emergency measures. Jared Polis has ordered the state’s emergency operations center to return to the highest level of operations so that all agencies, federal partners, and volunteer organizations can work together to respond to the deployment and hospitals can prepare for threats to capabilities, the governor’s office said on Saturday. About Coloradines, I know we have the resolve to do what is necessary to defeat this virus. ”“ We simply have to do a better job by wearing masks, physical distancing and avoiding social interactions with those outside our homes. It’s up to us, Colorado, it’s time for change now. ”With 1,100 people in hospital with the virus and more, and the state Department of Health saying more than 4,400 new cases were reported on Saturday, Colorado is one of many states racing to respond to the sudden upsurge. Across the country, 45 states reported an increase in cases of more than 10% compared to last week, bringing the national total to more than 10.9 million cases and 245,600 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. West Virginia has reported more than 1,000 cases in one day for the first time in Saturday’s pandemic On the same day, Kentucky added a record 3,303 new cases, according to a statement from Gov. Andy Bashir, who added, “The outlook is bleak.” Please take it seriously. You’re either part of the solution fighting the good fight to help others or you’re helping the spread of this virus, Bashir warned residents.New Mexico State Michelle Lujan Grisham has announced a temporary shutdown of personal services statewide for non-essential activities until the end of the month and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has ordered a nationwide freeze for two weeks starting Wednesday. Bars and restaurants are limited to delivery or dining out, gyms will be closed and businesses required to staff work from home as much as possible, and upcoming vacations may increase cases dramatically, according to Dr. James Phillips, chief of disaster medicine at The George University of Washington Hospital, said. To CNN on Saturday, hospitals are already under pressure before big spikes, and hospitals are already feeling the consequences of new spikes in coronavirus cases, as of Saturday, 69,455 people have been hospitalized because of the virus, according to the COVID Tracking Project, it was the fifth day in a row For hospitalization records, 68,500 were recorded the day before. In Colorado, 180 new hospital admissions were reported on Saturday, with 43% of critical care ventilators for adults and 15% occupied by the confirmed and suspected coronavirus. 19 patients in the state, the health site shows, hospitals in the state are now working to increase their capacity, increase their staff and reduce elective measures, according to the release of the governor, and experts say that the expected increase will not help, experts say, Dr. Lena Wayne, medical analyst at CNN She and the former Commissioner of Health in Baltimore, “Things are going to get a lot worse.” She expressed concern about the impact on the already tense health care system when the new cases added in recent days were reflected in hospitals, and Wen said: “We have a storm of Coronavirus across the country.” “It is not one or two hotspots, the whole country is a hotspot for Coronavirus infection.” + Flu season collides with a pandemic In addition to bringing people indoors and increasing its spread, health experts have warned that influenza season may complicate the epidemic. It can cause many of the same symptoms, US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said Saturday, which could confuse patients with symptoms. But Adams said that there is a particular symptom that most likely indicates infection with the Coronavirus. “The only symptom that I would like to alert people to,” Adams said on NPR’s All Things in Mind program that what distinguishes influenza from Covid is a loss of the sense of taste or smell. “If you develop these symptoms, you need to contact your healthcare provider. You immediately get in and get tested for Covid. ”Adams encouraged the public to get the flu vaccine this year and warned against not self-diagnosing. A healthcare provider can provide better answers so that patients can respond appropriately to their symptoms.“ It appears that Covid spreads more easily. Much more flu, and it also causes more serious illness in some people. ”Navajo Nation begins suppressing cases. On Monday, Navajo Nation will implement stricter health measures for three weeks to manage the virus, according to a statement issued by the nation. In total, 13,069 cases have been confirmed. Coronavirus infection and 598 people have died in Navajo Nation, according to the nation. The COVID-19 dashboard. Two public health orders and one executive order have been issued. According to the statement, one of the orders is to close all 16 government offices and institutions. November through December 6, excluding essential personnel needed to maintain basic services and government jobs. The statement said that it also requires all schools to connect to the Internet in that time period, and the second order applies a three-week stay at home and restricts any travel outside Navajo Nation. Residents are allowed to leave their homes for emergencies or to get groceries, medicine and firewood, according to the statement. “We must implement these public health measures to protect our Navajo people and limit the spread of this virus,” Navajo National President Jonathan Nese said in the statement. “We are getting closer and closer to a major public health crisis in which we can see our hospitals filling up with patients.” “The safest place is to be home here in the Navajo area,” said Nez.

The video above: Nurses from New Orleans are heading to Kansas C to help the hospital cope with the spread of the Coronavirus

As the United States grapples with the sharp rise in COVID-19 cases, states like Colorado are taking emergency measures.

Colorado State. The governor’s office said Saturday that Jared Polis has ordered the state’s emergency operations center to return to the highest level of operations so that all agencies, federal partners, and volunteer organizations can work together to respond to the deployment and hospitals can prepare for threats to capabilities.

“I will not give up on Coloradines and I know that we have the determination to do what is necessary to defeat this virus,” Police said in the statement. “We simply have to do a better job wearing masks, physical distancing and avoiding social interactions with those outside our homes. It’s up to us, Colorado, it’s time for a change now.”

The state Department of Health said Colorado is one of several states racing to respond to the sudden upsurge, with 1,100 hospitalized residents with the virus and more than 4,400 new cases reported on Saturday. Across the country, 45 states are reporting an increase of more than 10% compared to last week, bringing the national total to more than 10.9 million cases and 245,600 deaths, according to Data from Johns Hopkins University.

West Virginia reported more than 1,000 cases in one day for the first time in the epidemic on Saturday. On the same day, Kentucky added a record 3,303 new cases, according to a statement from Gov. Andy Bashir added that “the outlook is bleak.”

Bashir warned residents, “Please take this seriously. You are either part of the solution that fights a good fight to help others or you are helping the spread of this virus.”

New Mexico State Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a statewide personal services temporary shutdown for non-essential activities through the end of the month and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has ordered a nationwide freeze for two weeks starting Wednesday. Bars and restaurants are limited to delivery or takeout, gyms will be closed and companies required to have employees work from home as much as possible.

Dr James Phillips, chief of disaster medicine at George Washington University Hospital, told CNN on Saturday that upcoming holidays could lead to a spike in the number of cases.

Hospitals are already under pressure before booms occur

Indeed, hospitals are feeling the consequences of the surge in new coronavirus cases.

As of Saturday, 69,455 people have been hospitalized with the virus, according to the COVID Tracking Project. It was the fifth consecutive day of hospitalization records, with 68,500 recorded the day before.

In Colorado, 180 new hospitalizations were reported on Saturday, with 43% of ventilators used for critical care for adults and 15% of beds occupied by confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients in the state, the health site showed.

Hospitals in the state are now increasing capacity, increasing their staff, and reducing elective measures, according to the governor’s release.

Experts say the expected increase in the number of troops will not help.

“Things will get a lot worse,” said Dr. Lena Wayne, a CNN medical analyst and former Commissioner of Health in Baltimore and expressed concern about the impact on the already tense health care system when new cases added in recent days reflected on hospital admissions.

“We have a storm of coronavirus across the country,” Wen said. “It is not one or two hotspots, the whole country is a hotspot for Coronavirus infection.”

The flu season collides with the epidemic

In addition to bringing people indoors and increasing the spread of the disease, health experts have warned that flu season could complicate the pandemic.

American Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said on Saturday that influenza and the Coronavirus can cause many of the same symptoms, which may confuse patients with symptoms.

But Adams said that there is a particular symptom that most likely indicates infection with the Coronavirus.

“The only symptom that I can alert people to that distinguishes influenza from Covid is a loss of their sense of taste or smell,” Adams said on NPR’s All Things Considered. “If you develop these symptoms you need to contact your healthcare provider immediately and go get tested for Covid.”

Adams encouraged the public to get the flu shot this year and warned against self-diagnosis. A healthcare provider can provide better answers so that patients can respond appropriately to their symptoms.

He said: “It appears that Covid spreads much more easily than influenza, and it also causes more serious diseases in some people.”

Navajo Nation is suppressing the cases

Starting Monday, Navajo Nation will implement stricter three-week health measures to manage the virus, according to a statement released by the nation.

In total, 13,069 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed and 598 people have died in the Navajo Nation, according to COVID-19 dashboard.

Two Public Health Orders and one Executive Order. According to the statement, one of the orders is to close all government offices and institutions from November 16 until December 6, except for essential personnel needed to maintain basic services and government jobs. The statement said it also requires all schools to be online for that period of time.

The second order establishes a three-week stay at home and restricts any travel outside Navajo Nation. According to the statement, residents are allowed to leave their homes for emergencies or to obtain groceries, medicine and firewood.

“We must implement these public health measures to protect our Navajo people and limit the spread of this virus,” Navajo National President Jonathan Nese said in the statement. “We are getting closer and closer to a major public health crisis in which we can see our hospitals filling up with patients.”

“The safest place is home here on the Navajo Nation,” said Nez.

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