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CDC is expected to surge in new coronavirus deaths as some U.S. states begin to reopen

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According to foreign media BGR, the number of protests against the "home order" in the United States has doubled recently, and some states are slowly reopening after weeks of blockade caused by the covid-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, the trump administration has now raised the number of Americans expected to die of the new coronavirus--Now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that by June 1, the number of new coronavirus deaths in the United States will be close to 3000 a day.President trump changed his tune in a televised appearance on Sunday night, arguing that as many as 100000 Americans (previously expected to be 65000) could die from the new crown outbreak.

This is a copy of the New York TimesGovernment documents As businesses across the U.S. reopen, CDC predicts that the number of new coronavirus deaths will rise from about 2,000 a day in the past week to nearly 3,000 a day. these estimates were modeled by CDC and collected in a report of the federal emergency management agency.


Elon Musk (Elon Musk), Tesla's chief executive, has also spoken in recent days in support of economic re-opening, calling the California blockade a fascist. Gun-toting protesters crowded into the michigan capitol last week to end the state of emergency, a scene described by white house coronavirus task force official Deborah Birx dr. phd at the weekend as "devastatingly worrying ".

Over the weekend, thousands of people gathered in California to protest the local blockade, followed by nearly 30 arrests at the State Capitol. At the same time, the latest data from Johns Hopkins University show that nearly 1.18 million people in the United States have been infected with coronavirus and nearly 69,000 people have died so far.


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