Coronavirus likely to bring on ‘dark winter’ for Americans, experts say
Top medical experts reaffirmed a dark winter is ahead amid concerning rises of coronavirus infections, hospitalizations and a record-breaking daily death toll, while urging Americans to follow mitigation measures.
“They [Americans] will be facing a dark winter, sadly,” Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos, infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, wrote to Fox News in an emailed statement. “Due to the high incidence currently, which is likely to continue to spread without interventions to reaffirm the hygienic public health requests (face masks, physical distancing, hand hygiene) in a consistent and unified manner throughout the country.”
Dr. Steven Gordon, chair of infectious disease at Cleveland Clinic, said staff at the Ohio medical center is “extremely concerned” about increases of coronavirus cases in the region and nationwide.
“We are experiencing the highest volume of patients with COVID-19 …continued .
[Source: Fox News]