On November 3, local time, when senior US health officials believed that the Coronavirus pandemic in the United States was going through the “most worrying and deadliest stage”.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that considering the importance of the presidential campaign, the virus tested positive. Of people can still go to the polling station to vote.
In the latest CDC guidelines, the agency stated that voters who test positive or may be exposed to Coronavirus should follow the standard recommendations to wear masks, keep at least six feet away from others, and wash and disinfect their hands before and after voting.
The CDC website stated that “when you arrive at the polling station, you should also let the polling station staff know that you are sick or quarantined.”
It is reported that Coronavirus has claimed the lives of at least 231,000 people in the United States, and the number of hospitalizations related to Coronavirus has also set a historical record.
At present, the number of virus infections in the United States continues to rise and shows no signs of abating. According to the tracking statistics of the “Washington Post”, the United States reported 86,000 new confirmed cases of the virus in a single day yesterday, and the total number of confirmed cases increased to nearly 9.3 million. Twelve states including Arkansas, Iowa, and Kentucky reported record hospitalizations.