More than 10 million Corona Virus-infected states declare state of emergency

More than 10 million Corona Virus-infected states declared a state of emergency on November 10 at 5:21 a.m.

The total number of people who have been confirmed infected with the new coronavirus in the United States has exceeded 10 million, and in states where the number of infected people is rapidly increasing, there has been a movement to restrict behavior, such as declaring a state of emergency and banning non-family members from gathering again.
According to a summary by Johns Hopkins University, as of 4 a.m. Japan time, the total number of people infected with the new Coronavirus in the United States was more than 10 million, exceeding 10 million.

More than 100,000 people have been infected per day for five consecutive days, more than 1,000 people have been killed, and local media have reported that the number of infected people is on the rise in all states, including Hawaii.

Against this situation, western Utah declared a new state of emergency on September 9, risking that the number of inpatients will increase rapidly and medical institutions will not be able to provide appropriate medical care.

In addition to requiring the entire state to wear masks, we have announced restrictions on behavior that leads to infection, such as banning social gatherings other than family members until November 23, and discontinuing extracurrational activities at elementary, junior and senior high schools.

In addition, the Department of Defense is dispatching military medical teams due to a shortage of doctors and nurses working in medical institutions in El Paso City, southern Texas.

In the United States, it is expected that more people will move home before and after Thanksgiving in late November, and it has been pointed out that the infection may spread further as a result of this.