New York is pulling out the big guns now, as Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday that he is sending the National Guard into a New York City suburb in order to fight what they're calling the nation’s biggest cluster of coronavirus cases.
“It is a dramatic action, but it is the largest cluster of cases in the country,” Cuomo said. “The numbers are going up unabated, and we do need a special public health strategy.”
Idaho State Journal reports:
Schools, houses of worship and large gathering places will be shuttered for two weeks in a “containment area” centered in New Rochelle, and the troops will scrub surfaces and deliver food to the zone, which extends a mile in all directions from a point near a synagogue connected to some of the cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
New Rochelle is at the center of an outbreak of 108 cases in Westchester County, out of 173 identified statewide. New York City has 36 cases, while its population is more than 100 times that of New Rochelle.
Yikes. Almost make you think of all the Netflix shows about sickness and quarantine that we have watched over the last few years. It all seemed pretty far fetched then. Now...not so much.
Seattle Govenor Jay Inslee just rolled out new rules for screening health care workers following coronavirus-related deaths in a Seattle nursing home.
“If we assume there are 1,000 or more people who have the virus today ... the number of people who are infected will double in five to eight days,” he said.
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