WASHINGTON | The balance sheet daily to the pandemic Covid-19 is on the rise again Tuesday in the United States after two days of sharp declines, with close to 1,900 dead over the past 24 hours, according to the count at 20 h 30 Johns Hopkins university, in which reference is made.
This rebound (+1 894 dead exactly) gate 82 246 in total, the number of deaths recorded in the country, where the balance sheet was down Sunday and Monday in the bar of the thousand daily deaths for the first time since the beginning of April.
The first power in the world has also documented since the beginning of the pandemic, nearly 1.37 million cases.
The United States, countries by far the most affected in the world in absolute value, is expected to reach 113 000 dead by June 6, according to an average of 20 epidemiological models carried out by researchers from the university of Massachusetts.
While president Donald Trump is not hiding his desire to restart the more quickly the american economy, and the immunologist-in-chief of the White House warned on Tuesday against the consequences of potentially “very serious” a déconfinement too hasty.
“We’re going in the right direction, but the right direction does not mean that we have total control of this epidemic,” warned Dr. Anthony Fauci during a hearing, via videoconference, before the u.s. Senate.