“But when young people become infected, they go home and they infect their parents,” said Dr. Charles Lockwood. “They’re going to kill people by giving people vulnerable to the virus. ”
Miami, Monday, was the last city to address the issue of masks. “We’re going to put up a mask “in public” rule. Everyone will have to wear a mask in public, ” Mayor Francis Suarez said.
But the stresses on the precautions to take are flaring up. One video showed a Florida man fighting to enter in a store with no mask on.
Over the past two weeks, at least 18 states showed an increase in hospitalizations. In Texas, the number has reached afor an 11th consecutive day.
But the Governor-Greg Abbott does not. “The closure of the Texas re will always be the last option,” he said.
Ex-Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CBS News, ” I think it’s going to be a really essential factor of the week for us to get an idea of where things are not going in states such as Florida and Arizona and Texas, whether or not they are switching to exponential growth or not. ”
Dr. Mark Heinz, of Tucson, worries about the new cases he sees. “Icu beds across southern Arizona and, in fact, across the state are at a very high premium at this point,” Heinz warned.
Of new cases has also caused Major League Baseball toin Arizona and Florida.
And in Los Angeles, the department of health, the director said on the top of the COVID crisis, public health officials have received death threats.