It’s been months now predicted his miracle since the US president Donald Trump. This was in February, in the early days of the pandemic COVID-19 if the President shall come in April when the weather warms up, it would be the crown “as [go] away by a miracle.” It did not come. Yet it has been reduced “ash” as Trump said on June 5, when, with the arguments in favor of a rapid economic recovery, he said, “We want the continuous blanket block to the states at the end. We have some coals or ash, or we can get some flames came, but we will delete them. there stomp out. “Instead, the numbers of very COVID-19 US cases are increasing so much on fire, and in a second phase of crisis, with more than 2 million confirmed cases and over 113,000 deaths. After a period of analysis, 23 states still one case, grow from day to day to see. Four of these states-Arizona, California, Mississippi and North for a while will also decrease temporarily Carolina have; bend the rest appears initially the curve is low and now experiencing a second wave of infections. And in many of these cases, the second phase is to eliminate or worse than the first track does not encourage declines last month. In Oregon, for example, the peak of the curve of the state appeared to smooth out very early to 1.76 cases per 100,000 people on April 2 and a decrease of 0.8 hectares to 24 May in the next two weeks, a wave resurgent pushed them number of past and probably still grow its previous peak from June 8 to 2.3 These different trends are invisible at the national level. The improvements in some areas of New York, New Jersey and other parts of the Northeast have been displaced because of poor conditions elsewhere, leaving the United States as a whole stubbornly stabilized at about 6 cases per 100,000 people. In Texas, the seven-day moving average of new COVID-19 cases have been a day since May 25 more than in 1000, this development has lead to Governor Greg Abbott on a local newscast, “I am concerned, but not worried. ” It should, though. climbed on May 14, the average of seven days of the state in 1305 cases per day, and then began to fall. But in recent weeks, he will rise again and now stands at 1,703. These alarming spikes are evident even when a state has never enjoyed a temporary respite. Arizona, which has only to appear for a short time even at peak time, 7,700 new cases in the first week of June has seen patient load tripled in the last three weeks in the hospital of health banner properties, the largest supplier hospital in the country. But the pandemic, if not from a remote past, it began to fade as a problem of front-of-mind, driven both by the recent demonstrations against police brutality and systemic racism, May 25 sparked the murder of George Floyd, and, perhaps, a kind of cultural deafening throughout COVID. The White House Corona Task Force, the press conference were the devices a day in the first months of the crisis, gathered today three times a week instead of every day with the vice president Mike Pence, the group’s president, participating in one the three regular sessions and has not been a press conference last month. On June 12, the US Centers for control and disease prevention had its first media canvases information since 9 March; So far, at least once a week were held. “I am concerned that people have accepted nature where we are as a new normal, and it is not normal,” says Dr. Tom Inglesby, director of Johns Hopkins’ Center for Health Security at the Bloomberg School. “Some states have hundreds or thousands of new cases even COVID every day, and we can do better than they do. Some countries have led [Daily] cases to zero.” The United States of course, but the pain is not evenly distributed across the map. New infections falls precipitously in some states, including New York, Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey and Kansas, while an increase initially stagnate or fall again elsewhere, including Washington, Oregon, Nevada and Texas. If there is concern among residents and leaders of the countries concerned, it is difficult to see. In Florida, most of the beaches are open, such as the theme park Universal Orlando and SeaWorld all five parks. Disney World is planning a gradual recovery on July 11 as a starting Abbott in Texas, the governor of Florida Ron DeSantis does not seem particularly the increase in cases, alarmed his condition. “How do you go to test more cases are found,” he said at a press conference on June 11. “Most of the cases are subclinical cases and we expect that from the beginning.” Arizona Governor Doug Ducey was sanguine similar defensive-if-statements that exaggerated reports of decreased hospital bed capacity. “The information that was national, was inaccurate,” he said in a briefing Thursday, according to the Central Arizona news website. “I felt inside Arizona to the experts who serve the people of Arizona.” But at least some of these people do not share the confidence Ducey. “I agree with him that the hospital capacity today, and probably will be next Friday,” humble, said executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association, the Central. “If we put in a few simple steps now do not change course, may not be as July 4,” In South Carolina, most of the beaches and retail remain open, although higher total by one day the state of 687 new cases of June 10. Thirteen people reported the disease in this period of 24 hours died. Governor Henry McMaster Advanced South Carolina emergency imposed originally maturing in April and set on June 11, approved the closure of the emergency state schools, the National Guard activation, postponement of elections and more. However McMaster has made it clear that the extension would not require companies that have to close again reopened, nor would send use the mask. “It ‘a matter of personal responsibility,” he told a news conference. The McMaster said he would go, it is to encourage people to wear masks and practice social distancing. When the governors of the states affected are not yet feel nervous the markets are. June 11, 1900, the Dow Jones Industrial Average shed collapsed 6.9% and the S & P 500 lost 5.9%, as did reports about the second wave of infections clear that no return for the overall economy bouncing pre- at any time the early viral power. “This is the biggest economic shock in living memory,” said Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell at a press conference June 10. “The scale of the crisis in extremely uncertain. Remains” The health of the nation three months ago COVID crisis. Trump was not alone in forecasting optimistic that a combination of warm weather and a period of accommodation instead of summer to snuff wildfire COVID-19 would be sufficient. Every state in the country, and Washington DC, have imposed a kind of quarantine regulations, the March and is the oldest in the center of force from the middle of spring, have all been slowly reopening, by a combination of anxiety about the ‘ depressed economy, a restless population, and no little epidemiological hope. This hope has not always met. South Carolina was the first state to begin lifting restrictions, April 20 others went much later, particularly New York, which remains the epicenter of the crisis, and sharply again open until May 15, after top in some regions of the country not begin without hard hit New York City. Only on June 8, the city was not allowed to continue to the new essential design and production and unopened essential business. Shuttered stay museums, theaters, restaurants, bars and other high-traffic locations. The obvious result of this different approach: South Carolina is back in crisis mode, while New York to see his lower infection rates from March 1, but the recovery is fragile. “You can make a mistake today, cancels everything we’ve done so far, so we remain cautious,” said New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, in a conference-June 11. The largest of these errors can include timing. found a total of as status data analysis time for the state, closed state the date and reopened at least some effect on how their second wave has or if they have had one. Of the orders required schools Stay-at-home to close, the Northeast is the first region in the country and was reluctant to make the Institute interventions reversed. On average, the Northeast States has put restrictions in place on March 25, followed by the West on March 27, March 29 in the South and Midwest, on March 31 after collected by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at Washington University data. ie how many of these measures remain in place, as states crack attention once the doors closed. In the Northeast had only 30% of the restriction was lifted on 21 May, on average, if one is all one-off measures to count each state several times. The other three regions are increased by approximately 40% within the same metric. The West was the first to do so, followed on May 17, on average, on May 20 through the South and Midwest May 23 (this data is not provided for programs that do not close.) The result of this policy it seems clear: the northeast, far and wide, has affected most of the country was now seeing the biggest improvement seems to be driven and train well on most of New York and the aggressive policy of New Jersey. Prices in the region of new infections per day per capita reached on April 6 to 31.5 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. The Midwest, far behind, reaching 10.3 May 4, while the south and west have remained relatively static at about 5. As of June 10, the order was reversed. The Northeast is now the region with the lowest day case rate was 3.7. The Midwest, 4.4., Is also not far behind. Both have the curve flattened significantly over the last month or so. Meanwhile, cases of day rates in the West and South are on the rise, and now they are both about 6.5 per 100,000 inhabitants. But while the timing of the closing and reopening of the state certainly plays a role in the current Arch disease, state-by-state considerations make things more complicated than others. This could be best example in California, with its massive population of 39.5 million people, reaching geographical and aggressive approach to the test. The state closed its doors on March 19 and has not started to open again until May 8, neither of case counts rise. “We have seen increases in some areas, which is to be expected as a test increases the capacity and people leave more to their homes,” says Dr. Sonia Angell, director of the California Department of Public Health, “but we are prepared for it. ” Johns Hopkins’ Inglesby Protects California location that at least some of its increased workload of an artifact can be better screening. “Although the number of higher daily cases on a day to day than it was a few weeks ago, the overall rate of hospitalization on their dashboard is stable,” he says. “This would suggest maybe more to go on testing in California and mild to moderate cases may have to find them.” Other states have received such Inglesby ball. “In Texas, you can see that the rate of hospitalization rooms,” he says. “Similarly, in Arizona, intensive care beds, [and] hospitalization rates for patients COVID increase. So these are real changes. There are people more ill than they were a month ago. Much more.” And nationally, they are substantially faster. It took more than 19-COVID receipt of three months for the United States for the millionth of a case. The jump to two million took only 44 days, and the numbers continue to rise. The United States is a strong, sprawling, brawling nation, and it is no surprise that, like so many other things to determine regional differences in how we meet the current crisis. The June 12 press conference, the CDC, the deputy director of the Agency for infectious diseases, Dr. Jay Butler, noted that “If the cases are starting to rise again, especially if they increase dramatically, it is important that the greatest efforts mitigation to realize how what they have been implemented back in March may be necessary again. the decision has to be done really on the spot what is happening within the community regarding the transmission of the disease. ” But with life on the line we have to do better to address the issue with a discipline and consistency we have to show. “We are resigned to a thousand Americans lose a day until we have a vaccine?” Asks Inglesby. “I hope we’re not.” On this point, at least he can probably reach a national consensus. Update June 15: it was originally published at the time of this article, Michigan was a big spike in cases, on 5 June reporting Part of this increase was due to a review of previous cases that have not been counted at the time, and then it was then integrated to the data corresponding to the state of the time line. Additional reporting by Alejandro de la Garza and Alice Park.