Coronavirus In US Crosses 3,000 Death, LockDown In Washington

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Coronavirus In the US: America’s death toll from the Coronavirus epidemic rose to 3,017 on Monday. People died on Monday, the deadliest day of the country’s growing crisis. At the same time, the number of patients infected with corona exceeded one lakh of 63 thousand. Let us tell you that the highest number of cases of coronavirus has confirmed in the world.

On the other hand, President Donald Trump, who has so far avoided lock-downs, has now locked people in Washington, requesting people to stay home. In addition to running out of essentials, if a person leaves home without work, he can face a fine of up to $500 and a jail term of 90 days. On the other hand, the spectacular 1000- as a sign of hope in New York City The US Navy Hospital Ship with beds is happy to arrive.

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A large number of people stood on both sides of the Hudson River to welcome the US Navy ship Comfort in New York and New Jersey. The Comfort made by converting an oil tanker, which was painted white, and a huge red cross built on it. It left near the Statue of Liberty with support ships and helicopters.

The Navy said that patients other than Coronavirus patients would be treated at the Comfort so that the resources of hospitals can free to fight the virus. This navy ship hospital will have surgery and other critical care. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said – This is a severe environment. And we all have to overcome it together. He was also among the dignitaries to welcome the ship’s arrival at the Midtown Manhattan Wharf.

COVID-19, New York City hospitals filled with patients suffering from respiratory disease caused by the virus. Authorities have appealed for volunteer health workers. Crystal, a nurse at Virtue Memorial Hospital in New Jersey. Said if we don’t take care of ourselves, we can’t take you. I think a lot of us have accepted the fact that we are going to have this transition. We just want to survive. We are all coming into contact with it at some point.