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Health CDC Predicts Deaths in Will Rise in These 18 States

18:30  13 november  2020
18:30  13 november  2020 Source:   eatthis.com

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . CDC twenty four seven. The state - and territory-level ensemble forecasts predict that over the next 4 weeks, the number of newly reported The bottom row of the figure shows the number of total COVID-19 deaths in the United States each week from

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Over the last week it has become clear that the United States has lost any perceived control over the COVID-19 pandemic. As the number of infections and hospitalizations continue to increase and even break records in states across the country, deaths are soon to follow. In their most recent report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that we are about to see a big increase in deaths nationwide, with 18 states and one territory expected to see their newly reported deaths increase over the next four weeks. Read on to see which states are breaking records (the wrong kind), and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.

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Every week the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updates their projection of how many lives will be lost as a result of COVID-19 over the next four The CDC Predicts Minnesota Will See a Rise in COVID DeathsThere is also one state who will experience a surge in the number of deaths .

Every week, the CDC projects which states will have an increase in deaths , and every week recently, the number has gotten higher. "The state -level ensemble forecasts suggest that the number of new deaths over the next four weeks will likely exceed the number reported over the last four weeks in 22

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These States are Predicted to Have More COVID Deaths

According to the CDC, who uses data from 36 modeling groups for their weekly national ensemble forecast, estimates that there will be anywhere from 5,500 to 13,400 newly reported COVID-19 deaths in the next four weeks. This will bring the county's total death toll to 260,000 to 282,000 by December 5.

Per to their statistics, the number of newly reported deaths per week will increase in the following states and territory:

  • Colorado
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • New Mexico
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Tennessee
  • Utah
  • West Virginia
  • Wyoming
  • And one territory: Puerto Rico

There are more cases of COVID than ever. On Thursday, the number of new daily cases surpassed 150,000 in a day for the first time—with more than 160,000 reported by health departments. To put this in perspective, just eight days prior the country topped 100,000 new cases for the first time. Records have been set six out of the last nine days. And, per The Covid Tracking Project the United States broke their hospitalization record for the third day in a row, reaching 67,096. Hospitalizations have doubled in the last five weeks. Additionally, more than 1,000 Americans have died per day in the last week.

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Forecasts show national and state level cumulative reported and predicted deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. CDC is working with partners to bring together weekly COVID-19 forecasts in one place.

The CDC warned that these states will experience fatality spikes: Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, New Jersey, and Washington. According to the latest CDC statistics released on Friday, weekly reports of new COVID-19 deaths may increase over the next month, with the governmental health

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