Fawzi called on Americans to stop going to bars "now"

Fawzi called on Americans to stop going to bars “now”

As the number of coronavirus cases is increasing in several states, Dr. Anthony Fawcett specifically called one culprit: for spikes.

Dr. Fausi, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases A Senate hearing Tuesday Texas, Florida and Arizona – all of which have reopened their bars somewhat – have received a dramatic boost in numbers in this case so people should stop going to bars “now”.

Fausi said, “It is bad news to gather news inside the church at once. “We really managed to stop it now.”

“I think we need to emphasize the responsibilities that we have as individuals as well as as part of a social effort to stop the epidemic.”

Texas, which until recently was completely open to business, has now become the latest hub of the virus and logs around 1,000,000 new cases every day.

In addition to his stern warning about social distance, Fawcett added that he would not be surprised if the virus reached more than a million new Americans in a single day.

“We now have more than 40,000 new cases a day. I wouldn’t be surprised if we go above a million a day if it doesn’t turn around. And so I’m very worried … it could be too bad. “

In the United States until Tuesday. More than a million Certain cases of coronavirus According to Johns Hopkins University.

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