Washington, November 19 The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines on the 19th, calling on Americans not to travel during the Thanksgiving holiday to reduce the risk of infection and spread of Coronavirus.
Thanksgiving is a traditional American holiday, and this year’s Thanksgiving is November 26. The new guidelines say that in view of the current severity of the pandemic, postponing travel plans and staying at home during the Thanksgiving holiday this year is the best way to protect yourself and others.
According to the guidelines, there have been more than 1 million new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the United States in the past 7 days. At present, the number of cases continues to increase rapidly across the United States. The safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving is to stay at home and celebrate with people who live with it. Group gatherings with family and friends who do not live together increase the chance of contracting and spreading Coronavirus or influenza virus.
According to data released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the 19th, the United States reported 1,65087 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus on the 18th, and the number of new confirmed cases in a single day exceeded 100,000 for the 11th consecutive day. The average daily increase in the number of confirmed cases in the United States in the past 7 days has recently continued to rise, and is now close to 165,000, a new high since the outbreak; the average daily increase in death cases in the past 7 days has also shown an upward trend, and currently exceeds 1,200.
Real-time statistics released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States show that as of the evening of the 19th Eastern Time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the United States has exceeded 11.7 million, and the cumulative number of deaths has exceeded 252,000.