Novel coronavirus pneumonia continues to increase in the United States, and health experts are calling for serious treatment.

12, novel coronavirus pneumonia is the largest number of confirmed cases in California, according to data released by the state health department in California. The total number of confirmed cases in the country has exceeded 586000. The cumulative number of deaths in the state is 10648. In Florida, another severely affected area, there are more than 550000 confirmed cases and 8675 deaths. The novel coronavirus pneumonia death toll in Florida prison increased by 52% in the past two weeks, according to data released by

. In July 27th, 46 novel coronavirus pneumonia died in Florida prison, and by August 11th, the number increased to 70. Meanwhile, the novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed cases increased from 6217 cases to 12988 cases, with a growth rate of 109%. Currently, Florida prison holds about 90000 prisoners. < / P > < p > in Virginia, a federal judge ordered on the 12th that the U.S. immigration and customs enforcement agency be prohibited from transferring illegal immigrants and other people in custody to a detention center in Farmville, Virginia. It is reported that more than 80% of the 300 detainees in the detention center are positive for new coronavirus. On the 12th local time, New Jersey governor Phil Murphy said that if local schools meet certain standards, they will be able to choose online teaching in the new semester. The state will issue more detailed school guidelines on the 13th. A number of schools in New Jersey have said they will not resume face-to-face teaching this year, but only online teaching.

12 day, novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed by faculty and staff members. Two schools in Alabama halted the plan to start school on the same day, and discussed with the Ministry of health and the Ministry of education about the outbreak and school opening. < / P > < p > although the federal government of the United States is actively promoting the resumption of schools, many American public health experts pointed out that the epidemic situation in the United States is still very severe and the prospect is not optimistic. If schools resume classes on a large scale this fall, the number of new cases will rise sharply. The U.S. government and people must be fully aware of the seriousness of the problem and take effective measures to combat the epidemic. < / P > < p > in an interview with the media, Michael osterhom, director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the University of Minnesota, said that the prospect of epidemic prevention and control in the United States is not optimistic, and the number of confirmed cases will continue to rise. < / P > < p > Michael osterhom, director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the University of Minnesota: think about it, we have suffered a lot of pain and death, our economy has suffered a lot of chaos, we need to take measures to take the epidemic seriously. Even if we don’t care, the virus will continue to spread. So we have to make Americans realize the importance of fighting the epidemic. Fighting the epidemic has nothing to do with ideology or party politics, but for public health and to eliminate the virus. < p > < p > osterhom said that the current epidemic response measures in the United States are not effective. The United States should learn from those countries that have successfully controlled the epidemic, and implement more stringent blockade measures nationwide to curb the further spread of the virus. He suggested that U.S. states should take blockade measures up to six weeks. < / P > < p >: think about the countries where the blockade measures are well implemented. I’m talking about the countries that once “caught fire” in March. At the beginning, the situation of these countries was no different from that of the United States. No matter in Asia or Europe, these countries implemented blockade measures to control this huge “new coronavirus fire” and then put it out. However, the United States did not do so. We only controlled the “fire” by 70% to 80%, and then said that our task was completed, and then the “fire” was rekindled. So the situation is that we can make a choice. We don’t have no choice. We can make a choice. If we make a decision, we can be like other countries in the world.