German Shepherd 'Buddy' died of coronavirus in America

German Shepherd 'Buddy' died of coronavirus in America

German Shepherd 'Buddy' died of coronavirus in America

The United States shattered single day global records in July by reporting over 77,000 new cases on July 16.

Some experts wonder whether the apparent caseload improvements will endure.

Hospitals are being pushed to their limits, and deaths, which generally trail weeks behind infections, have started to increase. The second dog was not found to have coronavirus, but it had antibodies that veterinary doctors believed could be the result of a cured COVID-19 infection - meaning the dog possibly had the disease without anyone's knowledge but recovered from it.

More than 150,000 people in the US have died from the virus, according to Johns Hopkins.

As of Wednesday, the total number of confirmed cases in the USA sits at 4,398,898.

Arizona also reported a record increase with 172 fatalities on Thursday, bringing that state's death toll to 3,626.

The doctors and Buddy's family are unsure if it was lymphoma or the virus that took his life.

- The collateral damage from the virus mounted, with the USA economy shrinking at a dizzying 32.9% annual rate in the April-June quarter - by far the worst quarterly plunge on records dating to 1947.

U.S. President Donald Trump has rejected the idea of a federal mask order and was initially reluctant to be seen wearing one.

The US Department of Agriculture confirmed Buddy was the first dog to test positive for the disease in the US on June 2. "I can't understand it", said Allison Mahoney.

Deaths and infections are particularly concentrated in the South and West in highly populated states like Texas, California, and Florida. According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University.

Florida has especially needed some good news for a while now in terms of its explosion of coronavirus cases.

She told National Geographic: "It looked like it was his insides coming out". Since then, the number of cases and deaths in the United States have climbed more steadily than anywhere else in the world. Daily case counts rose to 70,000 or more earlier this month.

"That's a surefire sign that you've got to be really careful", Fauci said on GMA.

▶ ︎ According to the United States statistical office, corona viruses have been detected in twelve dogs, ten cats, a tiger and a lion in the USA.

Officials in the Midwest should begin preparing for a similar spike, Fauci said. But a stabilization of cases at around 60,000 is "still at a very high level".

Louie Gohmert, a Republican lawmaker from Texas who has at times refused to wear a mask, tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, raising concerns that other members of Congress may also have been exposed.

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