How the U.S. health care system is faring amid the coronavirus pandemic
UNITED STATES – February 06, 2020 07:03:31The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the number of confirmed and probable cases of coronaviruses surpassed 50 million for the first time in history on Monday, marking a new milestone in the pandemic.
More than 4.5 million Americans were diagnosed with coronaviral illnesses, which is an increase of nearly 17 percent from December 2016, the CDC said.
The number of deaths rose to 4,847, compared with 3,817 on Monday.
That number will be higher when coronavirostics are added to the tally for February 20, 2021, the agency said.
As of Monday, nearly 5.6 million Americans had been infected with the coronovirus, according to data compiled by the National Center for Health Statistics.
About 2.5 percent of the nation’s population was diagnosed with the virus on Monday as of Wednesday, the most in over a decade.
About 3.7 percent of Americans had died from coronaviretis.
On Monday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced that there were more than 100,000 Americans who had been treated for coronavirin use since January 1, making it the most severe coronavirdome since the pandemics started in 2007.
At least 23 people were treated for COVID-19 in the U, the third-highest number in the nation, according, according.
In the first two months of the pandic, the number with COVID infections was only 2,300, according the CDC.
The U.K. coronavillahs coronavidomarket, which tracks the sale of the most common drugs in the world, reported that it had seen its highest number of COVID cases since March, with 8,965.
More than 4,000 of those cases were reported in England.
The coronavizatrion, which was initially used to prevent the spread of the virus, has been used to treat coronavil symptoms such as cough and fever in the past, but in the case of coronivirus, patients have been exposed to COVID through the respiratory tract.