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On Tuesday 34,720 new cases occurred in the US – the third highest number of new cases reported in one day since the beginning of the pandemic, according to archives of numbers kept by Johns Hopkins University. Two days with more cases occurred in April.

California obliterated the previous day’s high with more than 7,149 cases reported Wednesday, according to data from the state’s Department of Public Health.

The previous record, set the day before, was just over 5,000.

Rates of hospitalization and ICU due to viruses are also always high in this country.

Further state action in Texas can be announced if the virus continues to spread at this rate, even when officials encourage wearing masks and maintain social distance in places such as bars that are often crowded, Abbott said.

Caution renewed by Abbott, a Republican, was welcomed but not far enough, said Sarah Eckhardt, special assistant to Judge Sam Biscoe of Travis County, home to Austin, told CNN. Texas begins to reopen after orders stay in the state ends May 1.

“I’m glad he did a reverse court,” Eckhardt said on Wednesday. “I’m not sure we can reduce this trajectory.”

Cases rose in at least 26 countries

Texas is one of seven states that record hospitalizations.

At least 26 countries saw an increase in cases compared to the previous week, data from Johns Hopkins University showed. These countries are Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

California recorded attacks 5,019 new cases on Monday, surpassing the state daily case record for the fourth time in the past week. In Florida, officials announced 3,289 confirmations in a day. And Arizona see 3,591 new cases in a day.
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In too many places throughout the country, a pandemic quickly “spiraled out of control,” said one expert.

More than 2,348,000 people have been infected throughout the US with the virus since the beginning of the pandemic and at least 121,279 has died, according to Johns Hopkins. Country account for a quarter of total world infections and total global deaths.

“We stopped treatment too early,” said CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. The result can be “exponential growth” cases.

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“We can control and control the virus because of the protection orders in this place. Americans sacrifice very much for that, people lose their jobs, children get out of school and that is to give us time,” Dr. Leana Wen, who previously served as the City of Baltimore Health Commissioner.

But many places remain unprepared and reopened too quickly and too quickly – leading to the latest surge, experts say.

This contrasts sharply with other parts of the world, including countries in Europe, which have reduced the number of cases with longer locking assistance and have now begun to reopen slowly.

‘The safest place for you is in your house’

Abbott’s remarks came days after the Texas Alcohol Drink Commission temporarily suspended alcohol licenses of at least 12 sticks in the state found to be in violation of protocols related to the corona virus.

Officials in Harris County must “intervene now” and return to “aggressive” locking due to a sharp increase in the new Covid-19 case and hospitalization, said Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the Faculty of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

“We are now projecting that our intensive care unit will be filled over the next two weeks. And that reason is important because we know that when the ICU starts to fill, mortality rates increase,” Hotez told CNN on Wednesday.

“It’s getting harder and harder to manage all those patients, even if you have – even if you have a full staff,” he said. “So, this is when you see the mortality rate really starting to rise.”

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Hotez wants to see the lockdown as it was applied at the end of March, he said. “Because everything is so terrible, we must intervene now and we must be very aggressive in implementing measures to stay at home and other measures of social distance.”

“This time, we must return to what is called the ‘detention mode,’ which means less than one new case per million population per day,” Hotez said.

In Arizona, the hospital system needs to implement contingency plans due to an increase in new Covid-19 cases, said Will Humble, executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association, on Wednesday.

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He estimates the state hospital will enter surge capacity mode on July 4.

“What I’m going to focus on now is ringing the alarm to our hospital system to get ready,” Humble said. “Because whatever you do at this point, given where we are in an increase in cases, is exponential growth, taking into account the incubation period for this virus, we will go into surge capacity mode on the Fourth of July.”

Health officials in the state need to “prepare a contingency plan because, at this point, I see no alternative but to preparing crisis standards in Arizona maybe, maybe in 10 days, maybe less,” Humble said.

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Arizona is one of the five states with the most recent cases, reporting 3,779 cases on Tuesday, according to John Hopkins.

In Florida, officials appointed Miami-Dade County as one of the hardest-hit areas in the state but said patients who needed hospitalization appeared to be younger and less ill, according to reports from Miami Herald. One doctor to the newspaper many infections can be associated with community spread.
The observations echoed announcements by many city and state leaders in recent days – especially in the South – which highlighted that the case seemed to shift to younger groups. In many cases, officials point back to examples including parties and bars as sources of the recent cluster.
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Likewise, while some politicians say that increased testing is the cause of the increase in positive cases, that is not necessarily the case, said Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research & Policy at the University of Minnesota.

“This is not an artifact of more testing at all,” he said.

The EU is considering whether US tourists will be allowed to enter

Meanwhile, European Union member countries are discussing restrictions on visitors from several countries, including the US, EU officials told CNN.

The European Union is considering recommendations to block travelers, including Americans, because of coronavirus

The EU is working with member states to decide which travelers are considered safe to visit the bloc starting July 1. The criteria will focus on “circulation of the virus,” said a European Union diplomat.

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Officials will also look at a checklist asking if travelers come from countries that “can be considered to be in comparable or better epidemiological situations as the average in the EU + region.”

In a statement, the State Department said it advised Americans to continue to check the embassy’s website for relevant information including restrictions on entry and quarantine policy.

“We are committed to coordinating with our European partners and allies as we hope to reopen our economy and reduce restrictions,” the statement said.

Some countries remain stable

Meanwhile, cases in 10 states have remained stable. These states include Illinois, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia.

Cases decreased in 14 states: Alabama, Alaska, Connecticut, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Vermont.

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Experts have expressed concern that even states that might see a temporary decline in cases can begin to see dangerous increases again as they begin to reopen and more residents roam.

New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory on Wednesday requiring people coming from states with high corona virus levels to quarantine for 14 days.

In New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted Tuesday the beach will open for swimming starting July 1.

“Let’s keep playing safe: social distance & face covering, even at the beach!”

While New Yorkers can swim this summer, they won’t be able to run in the New York City Marathon this fall: The event was canceled due to health and safety issues, organizers said Wednesday.

In New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy urged younger populations to continue to heed the guidelines as officials across the country report that more young groups are falling ill.

“We have seen an increase in the percentage of # COVID19 cases between the ages of 18-29,” he said on Twitter. “Do the right thing. Wear a mask. Keep your distance. Wash your hands. Don’t be a fool.”

Kylie Atwood, Cheri Mossburg and Jen Christensen from CNN contributed to this report.

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Details of the energy saving plan laid out by the government were released on Tuesday. The document, published in Diário da República, includes measures for the efficient use of water, public lighting and temperature limits in air conditioners.

For example, from December 6, 2022 to January 6, 2023, Christmas lighting in Portugal should only be on from 18:00 to 24:00.

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The abolition of fees for teaching Portuguese abroad will not be accepted by parliament, MP says – Observer

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According to Socialist MP Paulo Pisco, the views of the BE, PCP and PAN on the abolition of fees for teaching Portuguese abroad were voted on Tuesday in a parliamentary committee.

The Committee on Foreign Affairs and Portuguese Communities voted on Tuesday in favor of four projects – from the Left Bloc, the Communist Party of Portugal, “People-Animal-Nature” and “Enough”, which mainly advocate the abolition of fees for teaching Portuguese abroad and free school textbooks.

According to Paulo Pisco, a socialist member of the commission, the opinions of the BE, PKP and PAN were approved, but Chega’s opinion deserved to be abstained from the PS because it contained “xenophobic elements” in its purpose.

The MP had in mind, in particular, the recipients of this teaching, which is currently intended not only for the Portuguese or the descendants of the Portuguese, but also for those who want to learn the Portuguese language, with which Chega allegedly disagrees, according to Paulo Pisco. .

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After the approval of these opinions, the abolition of the bribe would be discussed and voted on in the plenary session of the Assembly of the Republic, but Paulo Pisco said that they should not be approved, since the “commitment” of the government is different.

“The government’s obligation is to reduce the burden of the Portuguese” and this will always be determined “in every approved state budget”.

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Portuguese health minister rejects conflict of interest over marriage to president

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The health minister said there was no conflict of interest in her marriage to the current chairman of the Order of Dietitians, saying that the trusteeship of that body had been delegated to the Secretary of State for Health Promotion.


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“Honestly, I don’t think it exists. I have no doubt that this Lady Secretary of State will fill this leadership role,” Manuel Pizarro said on Monday (age 26) on the sidelines of the Pharmacist’s Day celebrations in Sintra, in the Lisbon area.

Aware of the possible conflict of interest, Manuel Pizarro explained that he took “the most appropriate measure (…)”, which was to entrust the functions of guardianship of the Order of Nutritionists to Margarida Tavares.”

“(…) Since I took office as a minister, I have been aware that, since professional organizations have an administrative oversight role, (…) there is a risk of conflict of interest, and I have taken the measures that seem to me the most appropriate, which from the very decided at the outset that he would delegate this oversight function over the Order of Nutritionists to the Secretary of State for Health Promotion,” he stressed.

When asked about the reasons why Margarida Tavares’ name still does not appear in the Diário da República, the official said that “it was necessary to wait for the inauguration of the secretaries of state” and then “to organize the whole process of delegation of authority.” .

“It’s even a good chance that there is a Secretary of State for Health Promotion. I think custody of the Order of Dietitians has been well handed over to the Secretary of State for Health Promotion,” he repeated, noting that “he definitely won’t go through the Minister’s order.” [da Saúde]”.

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“If the secretary of state is responsible for this, it should not go through the minister,” he stressed.

Manuel Pizarro’s statements came after news that the government official may have a conflict of interest because he is married to the chairman of the Order of Dietitians, Alexandra Bento.

The Order of Dietitians was created in 2011 with the approval of the current Minister of Health, who at the time served as Secretary of State for Health.

In addition, Alexandra Bento was the only President of the Order of Occupational Health to attend the inauguration of Manuel Pizarro on 10 September.

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