With the United States climbing toward what epidemiologists are calling a third peak of pandemic infections, public health experts fear gatherings of families and friends could make an already bad situation worse.
John Torres, NBC News contributor, as the number of new Covid-19 cases in the U.S.
“So, I’m really worried that we are facing some of the toughest times in this pandemic in our country,” del Rio said.
He said President Donald Trump was sending the wrong message to Americans with his cavalier attitude toward Covid-19, his repeated boasts about being "immune" since he was released from the hospital and his refusal to consistently wear a mask at public events and campaign rallies.
Many of the new infections erupted in Midwestern states, such as Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Indiana, that have been reporting record numbers of Covid-19 cases.
While Europe is now being battered by the second wave of pandemic infections, “we never got out of the first wave,” Khan said.
“A second wave would imply that we were able to get the number of cases down to near zero,” Khan said.
Battinelli, the chief medical officer at Northwell Health, said.
When the number of Covid-19 cases suddenly exploded in March, “we did what we were supposed to do, which was isolate and quarantine,” Battinelli said
Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has warned that it could take at least two years before this pandemic has run its course, Battinelli said
So if there is a fourth peak of Covid-19 infections, which part of the U.S
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