Coronavirus in America: Due to the need for ICU beds for corona patients, patients suffering from other diseases are unable to get beds. Which is more dangerous for them. After the decrease of corona infection cases for two months, an increase is being recorded once again. This case is also coming to the fore because of the Delta variant.
Washington. Coronavirus In America is spreading its feet once again in America. Even after the presence of vaccines, once again the burden of corona patients is increasing on the hospitals here. According to data from the US Department of Health and Human Services, the cases of Kovid-19 seen in many parts of the country are increasing the same as in November last year. The report of the news agency Bloomberg states that Kovid-19 Patients with confirmed or suspected cases of ICU are needing more ICU beds in 15 states than a year ago. The number of patients admitted to ICU in the country-based Colorado, Minnesota, and Michigan so far is 41, 37, and 34 percent respectively.
Michigan is reporting the highest number of cases per capita. However, no restrictions have been issued in the state so far. The administrative units of the state are encouraging everyone to wear masks and get vaccinated. Ali Moqdad, a professor at the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, said, “Many of our doctors are constantly in the hospital. It is not easy to see someone dying while in ICU, emergency, and hospital, who has not got vaccinated till now.
Other patients are not getting beds
Due to the need for ICU beds for corona patients, patients suffering from other diseases are not able to get beds. Which is more dangerous for them. After the decrease of corona infection cases for two months, an increase is being recorded once again. This case is also coming to the fore because of the Delta variant. It was told that due to the cold weather, people are in their homes. According to experts, protection from vaccines is decreasing, so this winter may face another big wave of epidemics.
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Ban on people going out unnecessarily in Austria
There will be a ban on people going out unnecessarily in Austria during the lockdown. Restaurants and most shops will remain closed. Large events will be cancelled. Schools and ‘day-care centers’ will remain open, but parents have been advised to keep children at home. Lockdown restrictions in Austria may be lifted on 13 December, but it is possible that restrictions will continue for those who have not been vaccinated.
lockdown situation in America
The rapidly spreading delta variant of Kovid-19 in the United States is causing a surge in cases. It has hit hard on the already shaky healthcare of the country. There is no shortage of vaccines in the country, but people’s avoidance of taking doses is also showing the direction of the corona epidemic. According to data compiled by the agency of the US Department of Health and Human Services, the surge of Kovid-19 seen in many parts of the country is as bad as last November.
Warning about travel to Germany and Denmark
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday issued a warning regarding travel to Germany and Denmark. This advisory has been given regarding the increasing cases of corona infection. The CDC has advised ‘Level 4: Very High’ for travel to two European countries.
Currently, the CDC has issued travel restrictions to 75 places around the world, mostly European countries. These include Austria, Britain, Belgium, Greece, Norway, Switzerland, Romania, Ireland, and the Czech Republic.
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Australia full vaccine ready to welcome people
On the other hand, Australia’s government is hoping that when the country further relaxes pandemic restrictions next week, two lakh foreign students and skilled workers who have completed vaccination will return to the country as soon as possible. They will not need to be in quarantine. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that from December 1, students, skilled workers, and passengers on working holidays will be allowed to disembark at Sydney and Melbourne airports without seeking exemption from the travel ban.