Eight states have had all-time highs for corona virus infection last week. This is part of a total of 23 states that have seen increases in some cases, with population containment measures tightened, starting with the county of Orange, Florida that has followed in California’s footsteps and the use of a mandatory mask has ordered.
Arizona, California, Florida, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Utah are the eight states that have recorded these records. The various governorates have argued that this growth is due to the increase in population testing in the cases, but sections such as the number of admitted persons indicate a much higher spread of the virus, according to experts consulted by CNN the test rate. .
Florida, for example, has seen an average of 2,408 new cases per day in the past week, about 90 percent more than in the past seven days. However, the latest on Thursday confirmed around 3,200 new infections in a single day, an unprecedented number since the pandemic was declared.
Given the seriousness of the situation, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings has signed a regulation that will require mandatory face protection in a particularly critical environment starting Saturday.