Corona virus deaths in the United States have exceeded 17,000, despite indications that Americans staying at home has contributed to a reduction in new HIV infections.
US officials have warned their citizens that they should expect disturbing numbers of deaths from coronary disease, although there is evidence that fewer new infections are occurring in New York State, the epicenter of the epidemic in the United States.
With many Americans ready to celebrate the Easter holiday on Sunday, Anthony Fuchi, the chief infectious disease expert in the United States, warned that it is too early to ease restrictions on Americans and said now is not the time to stop.
According to statistics, the death toll in the United States is the second highest in the world.
In the United States, more than 472,000 cases occurred on Friday and increased by 30,000 to 35,000 cases per day, after examinations became more available. Worldwide confirmed cases of the virus reached 1.5 million people, while deaths are close to the 100,000 mark.
Italy ranks first in the world in terms of deaths, after recording 18,279 deaths as of Thursday, despite its small population compared to the United States. After registering noticeable decline from the peak reached by the number of injuries earlier, the number of injuries increased during the past two days, which frustrated hopes of a clear decline in the disease.
US President Donald Trump has said he believes that the number of deaths in the United States due to Covid-19 disease caused by the Coronavirus will be less than the previous forecast of 100,000.
Trump hinted that the United States was approaching a peak infection rate and said that the number of new HIV infections across the country began to stabilize as conditions stabilized in New Orleans, Louisiana, Detroit and Michigan.