Lansing, Michigan – Michigan becomes the newest spread of the coronavirus in the United States. But it’s a mystery
“I don’t know what’s going on here, Michigan is just one of the worst-hitting agencies,” said Scott Niswinker.
Meredith Hill, director of the Sparrow Hospital’s emergency room, said the increase was more severe than it had been two weeks ago. Obviously, ”she said.
Niswonger, a COVID-19 patient, said his son may have been infected at the daycare center. He has been at Lansing̵7;s Hospital Sparrow since Friday.
“We all went and got tested and everyone came back positive and ever since,” Niswonger said. “It felt like someone, a 500-pound guy sitting on my chest and I couldn’t push it. He can get out. ”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the latest increase in COVID-19 cases nationwide.Theory one: Possible links to open school and after-school sports.
“We are learning that many youth epidemics are related to youth sports and extracurricular activities, as suggested by the CDC, these activities should be limited,” said CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky.
There was also a sharp increase in the B.1.1.7 variant originating in the UK and it is now believed to be a third of all cases in the United States.
“We know that B.1.1.7 is more transmissible, some of which can be transmitted more than 50-100%, whether it is more transmissible, especially among different age demographics that we still have. Don’t do it, ”Walensky said.
But there is still good news all over the country. Four million vaccinations were reported Saturday, with at least 23% of U.S. adults fully vaccinated and 40% receiving at least one vaccination, according to the CDC.
As of Monday in Michigan, anyone aged 16 and over can be vaccinated with 27 other states in an extension of eligibility.
“You’re really excited because the vaccine is out, and it’s a little discouraging to see the vaccine spread,” Hill said.
Correction: This story was updated to correct the attribution of speech on the rise of COVID-19 patients in Michigan of COVID-19 COVID-19.