Disclosed documents possible reopening of coronavirus in the United States in May

Disclosed documents possible reopening of coronavirus in the United States in May

Disclosed documents possible reopening of coronavirus in the United States in May

Nurses at UCLA hold a candlelight vigil practicing social distancing to show solidarity and support for nurses across the nation on March 30.

New research indicated that the coronavirus can be transported by as much as 13 feet by people's shoes, according to a report from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

South Africa has the highest number of confirmed cases on the continent with 2,415 cases, 27 deaths, and 410 recoveries.

Between Feb. 12 and April 9, 315,531 USA cases of COVID-19 were reported to the CDC, including 49,370 (16%) that included data on whether patients worked in healthcare. The Washington Post reported that the CDC and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have put together a public health strategy to reopen parts of the country.

About 10% of the health care workers were hospitalized with symptoms, compared with 21% to 31% of overall cases. "Surveillance is necessary for monitoring the impact of COVID-19-associated illness and better informing the implementation of infection prevention and control measures".

New York, the most populous USA city, revised its official COVID-19 death toll sharply higher to more than 10,000 on Tuesday to include people presumed to have perished from the virus who were never tested.

About 90% of infected healthcare workers did not require hospitalization.

"Even though the seasonal coronaviruses found in MI are related to SARS-CoV-2, we do not know whether that virus will behave like the seasonal coronaviruses", said Arnold Monto, the Thomas Francis collegiate professor of epidemiology at the U-M School of Public Health.

A CDC response document included in the leaked report indicates that a priority is to "reopen community settings where children are cared for, including K-12 schools, day care centers and locally attended summer camps, to allow the workforce to return to work, "the paper said".

Between 10% and 20% of US coronavirus cases are health care workers, though they tended to be hospitalized at lower rates than other patients, officials reported Tuesday.

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