Coronavirus Set To Ravage America Post July 4th

Coronavirus set to ravage America post July 4th.

Post American Independence day celebrations, the Coronavirus pandemic is set to surge on in full stride and cripple America, more than it already has. On the Fourth of July, as a result of the celebrations on beaches, picnics, pool parties, etc., there has been a big spike in the number of Coronavirus cases.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, top infectious disease expert of America warned:

“Avoid crowds. If you’re going to have a social function, maybe a single couple or two — do it outside if you’re going to do it. Those are fundamental, and everybody can do that right now.”

All kinds of actions are being taken in America, to prevent the further spread of the killer Coronavirus. For instance, beaches and swimming pools are being kept closed.

Lori Lightfoot, Mayor of Chicago says:

“We don’t see the beaches opening up any time soon. The challenge with the beaches — and with swimming pools, let’s just add that in — is that they are ripe for congregate gathering and not social distancing. … So, for now, the beaches and swimming pools will remain closed.”

In the past few weeks, there has been a big spike in the number of Coronavirus disease cases in America, in the states of Texas, California, Arizona and Florida. In fact, over the past week, there have been as many as 67,000 new cases reported in Florida.

America is the country that has been hit the most by the Coronavirus pandemic, followed by Brazil, India, Russia, Peru, Spain, Chile, UK, Mexico and Iran.

All across the USA, beaches, pubs, dance halls, clubs, gyms and bars are reopening. And America is now anticipating a huge spike in the number of Coronavirus cases in the country, because of all this.

Dallas County, Texas, top elected official says:

“The situation is that we are experiencing rampant community spread.”

There are now over 3 million cases and around 133,000 deaths in the United States of America, because of the deadly Coronavirus.

Tom Hanks

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