The White House task force is warning about ‘unrelenting’ spread of the coronavirus
Dr. Anthony Fauci said the coronavirus pandemic response is going in the wrong direction and more darkness may be ahead
What’s going on?
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in a recent interview with CNBC that coronavirus cases have risen in 47 states. And, he said, we’re going in the wrong direction.
- “We are on a very difficult trajectory. We’re going in the wrong direction.”
- “If things do not change, if they continue on the course we’re on, there’s gonna be a whole lot of pain in this country with regard to additional cases and hospitalizations, and deaths,” Fauci told CNBC.
The states in most danger right now:
CNN reports that the following states are seeing the highest new cases per 100,000 people this week, putting them at high risk for the coronavirus:
- North Dakota.
- South Dakota.
One state’s report warned of “unrelenting” community spread in the Midwest and Upper Midwest, according to CNN.
- “We continue to see unrelenting, broad community spread in the Midwest, Upper Midwest and West. This will require aggressive mitigation to control both the silent, asymptomatic spread and symptomatic spread,” the report said.