As of September 25, PM:
New York State
Newly diagnosed: 908 cases
The total number of confirmed cases was 453855
New deaths: 7 cases
The total number of deaths: 25446
At present, 511 people are hospitalized
New York City
New diagnosis: 371 cases
The total number of confirmed cases was 241882
The New York City Department of Health said late Thursday that it would shut down non essential businesses and restrict rallies if the number of new coronavirus infection hotspots continued to rise.
This is likely to affect nine "clusters" where new crown cases are on the rise, including large areas in southern Braun and Williamsburg, as well as autumn garden and EGME far Rockwell in Queens.
The Health Bureau said it would step up inspections in these areas to ensure that people wear masks, comply with regulations and maintain social distance.
The measures could come as early as next Tuesday.
If cases continue to rise, the city will consider banning all gatherings of more than 10 people, imposing fines on those who refuse to wear masks, closing private schools and care centers, and closing unnecessary businesses.
The New York City Department of Health said additional enforcement action would be required if the indicators continued to rise. This is the first time that this has happened during the recovery of New York City, and activity in these areas may immediately decrease if progress is not made by Monday night.
There are very few people wearing masks in hot spots in the two regions, the Health Bureau said on Thursday. New York City will launch mobile testing sites to affected communities, where health officials will distribute masks, hand sanitizers and new coronavirus prevention and control messages.
As of Thursday, the positive rates in these communities were at least three times, and in some cases six times, the overall infection rate in New York City
Graves end / homecrest: 6%
Edgemere Far Rockaway: 4.08%
Kew Gardens: 3.99%
Borough Park: 3.53%
Bensonhurst / Mapleton: 3.16%
Gerritsen Beach / homecrest / sheep Bay: 3.07%
Flatlands / Midwood: 3.06%
Starting Friday, the Department of education will conduct regular inspections of all non-public schools in and around the school district, city officials said. The sheriff and the NYPD continue to monitor the wearing of masks.
Epidemic situation in the United States
Confirmed case: 7141669
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, more than 7.1 million cases and 200000 deaths have been reported in the United States. Worldwide, there have been more than 32.2 million cases and 983000 deaths.
Seven states, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming and Puerto Rico recorded the highest number of new cases in the latest week, while North Dakota had the highest number of deaths in the last week.
According to today's us and CNN reports, in recent days, the 7-day average of new cases confirmed in the United States has hovered around 40000. Compared with the peak of the outbreak in July, the average number of infected people was 66000.
Data show that the situation in the southern and Western States has improved since midsummer, and the Midwest is the only region with a sustained increase in infection.
Although the number of new cases in California is far below the peak in July and August, more than 800000 cases have been reported, the largest number of infections in any state, and one state exceeds many countries.
The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned Congress this week that young people are pushing for more cases.
People between the ages of 18 and 25 account for 26% of new coronavirus cases, more than any other age group, said Robert Redfield, CDC director.
The decline in deaths and hospitalizations across the country may reflect the fact that young people are generally better off with the virus than older people. Redfield still warns that young people can spread the virus to people who are more likely to get sick and die.
Since students returned to school, outbreaks have become the norm on university campuses across the country, and officials are worried that they will not be able to cope with new infections as the football season approaches. University town is taking more and more stringent measures to ban party parties and crowded bars.
Virginia announced Friday that governor Ralph Northam and his wife tested positive for the new coronavirus.
The couple tested positive immediately after a staff member in their home developed symptoms. Governor Northam is asymptomatic and his wife is mild.
On Friday, President trump plans to hold a campaign rally at an airport in the state. Trump's event is expected to attract nearly 4000 people, but the governor and other officials raised concerns that the rally could spread the new coronavirus and violate the state's order to ban more than 250 people.
According to the New York Times, Treasury Secretary Steven mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have agreed to discuss a new round of coronavirus relief. Meanwhile, House Democrats are trying to pass a $2.4 trillion bailout next week.
According to the University of Washington Institute of health indicators and assessment, the number of deaths in the United States may almost double by January 1, reaching at least 370000 by the end of the year.
In addition, United Airlines will start on October 15