United States: 12 million COVID-19 cases crossed - The Canadian
Thursday, November 26

United States: 12 million COVID-19 cases crossed

The United States, where the coronavirus pandemic has resumed with a vengeance, on Saturday crossed the 12 million mark of COVID-19 cases, according to continuously updated figures from Johns Hopkins University.

The country, the most affected in the world in absolute terms, had 12,019,960 cases on Saturday afternoon, according to this count which refers. This million new infections were recorded in less than a week.

The epidemic, which has killed more than 255,000 people, is in “exponential” phase in the United States, according to health authorities.

Americans have been urged not to travel for Thanksgiving on November 26, the largest family holiday in the United States, when attendance records are traditionally broken at airports and on roads.

And across the country, local officials have had to resolve to impose new restrictions to curb the spread of the virus.

Among the latest people to be infected in the entourage of President Donald Trump: Donald Jr, his eldest son, we learned from his spokesperson on Friday.

The president himself announced in early October that he had tested positive, as had his wife Melania. He had been hospitalized for a few days at Walter Reed’s military hospital in the suburbs of Washington.

Later, the first lady announced that their son Barron had also been infected with the new coronavirus.

A ray of hope for the world, the American pharmaceutical group Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech on Friday asked the United States Medicines Agency (FDA) to authorize their vaccine against Covid-19, the first manufacturers to do so in the United States. United or in Europe.

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