It will continue till July
According to a report released Tuesday by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, the rate of deaths from coronary artery disease in the United States is expected to continue until the end of July. The number of patients is expected to increase by the second week of April, surpassing the number of hospital beds and ICUs. At the moment, 21 states in the US will need 50 percent more ICUs than are currently available.
Researchers warn that if people comply with the regulations already enacted in the United States, people will have to wait and wait. Numerous studies have issued warnings that the death toll may cross the millions. The report is based on data collected from hospitals and local governments in the US. The death toll is likely to fall to 38,000 and rise to 162,000, according to the report.
April is crucial
In California, where the disease is now slowly spreading, the rate of disease outbreaks will increase in April, and should be implemented for longer periods of time, including social distancing. As Christopher Murray points out. In addition, Louisiana, Georgia, and other cities are on the rise. This would pose a challenge to health workers at the local level, the report said.
Origin Center America
With the rapid spread of coronavirus in the United States, the World Health Organization is likely to announce the United States as the epicenter of the coronavirus reported from China. This is according to Hopkins University. More than five million people in the world are infected with coronary artery disease. More than 70,000 of these cases were reported in the United States. Since January, 900 people have died of the disease in the country.