According to U.S. media reports, the past seven days have been the worst week of the epidemic in the United States.
American doctors said that we were overwhelmed.
According to the ABC on the 19th, judging from the three indicators of new confirmed and deaths in a single day and the number of hospitalizations, the past seven days have been the worst week.
CNN reported on the same day that in the past seven days, the average number of new confirmed cases and more than 18,000 deaths in the United States in a single day has exceeded 210,000.
Under the severe epidemic, the U.S. health care system continues to face great pressure. In California, where the epidemic is the worst in the United States, there are more than 1835,000 confirmed cases.
The remaining beds in intensive care in many places are zero. In Los Angeles, a local medical staff in charge of intensive care said that the situation was terrible at present when the virus was under way of war.
There are four patients waiting in line at each critical care bed. To save more people, Los Angeles has to be blockaded again and become a ghost city. And local medical staff said they were crushed.
Brad Spielberg, Chief Medical Officer of USC in Los Angeles County: We are being crushed. I’m not going to whitewash peace. We are being crushed. For most of the past week, the morning morning ICU beds were zero.