COVID-19 hospital admissions decline in 2 hard-hit states


There are encouraging signs that two hard-hit US states are finally starting to turn the corner on their coronavirus disasters. But far from leaving America to heal its wounds, the new disease is tightening its grip on the South and the Midwest.

More than 16,600 people have died from COVID-19 in the United States, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University – more than any other country except Italy.

Deaths continue to increase at a staggering rate across the country, and the country’s top epidemiologist warns that if social restrictions are relaxed too soon, the United States could face a new wave of viruses.

But the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in New York and California is now decreasing. As the Christian world begins an Easter weekend unlike any other in memory, people of all religions and no religion can hold onto it in the hope that science, combined with huge sacrifice, will eventually get the world out of this crisis.

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