COVID-19 cases are showing a sharp increase in several states across the U.S. just days before Americans celebrate their national holiday on July 4th.
Tens of thousands of new infections are being reported daily – with the states of Florida, Texas, Arizona and California all hard hit.
This week, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease doctor, warned the crisis could get much worse.
The pandemic of course also has major economic and political implications for the U.S.
- Seth Denson, president and co-founder of GDP Advisors
- Aaron Mate hosts “Pushback with Aaron Mate” and writes for The Nation magazine
- Dr. Danielle Rhubart, Lerner Postdoctoral Scholar at Syracuse University
- Susan Tehrani, journalist and political commentator
Shortness of breath, muscle weakness, flashbacks and mental fogginess: Many coronavirus survivors will be plagued by symptoms for a long time https://t.co/5wqdulX0qA
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 1, 2020
California rolls back reopening for many businesses and Pennsylvania mandates masks as coronavirus cases spike https://t.co/igJkVYHGPh
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 1, 2020