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  • from California to the Midwest to New York state's across the nation are reimposing restrictions as cove in 19 infection surge and hospitalizations hit records.

  • The U.

  • S reported 134,000 new infections Tuesday, a case count over 100,000 for the seventh day in a row, the worst stretch in the pandemic so far.

  • In California, which has seen coronavirus hospitalizations jumped 32% over the past two weeks.

  • The counties of San Diego, Sacramento and Stanislas, home to about 5.5 million people, will return to the most restrictive category of rules as a result of the spike that includes banning indoor dining as well as indoor activities in gyms and religious institutions.

  • The governors of Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Maryland, Nevada and New York also announced new restrictions.

  • Nevada Governor Steve Cecil AC called the orders quote stay at home 2.0 Tuesday evening, urging all Nevadans to limit public outings and avoid multi household gatherings for the next two weeks.

  • New cases, hospitalizations and tragically fatalities around the rise.

  • The fall spike predicted by all medical and scientific experts is now our reality, Illinois Governor J.

  • B.

  • Pritzker told reporters.

  • A majority of the states regions were seeing higher hospitalization rates than in the spring after the state recorded over 12,000 new cases on Tuesday.

  • The nation is in a precarious place right now in this pandemic, and just as other states here in the Midwest and across the nation are imposing stricter measures to keep people safe, we are too.

  • As I said last week and yesterday, we're monitoring the numbers closely and additional statewide action is possible.

  • And in New York starting Friday, no indoor gatherings of more than 10 people at home, plus bars, restaurants and gyms will close at 10 PM The return to strict restrictions in some states comes as the CDC releases its strongest endorsement yet of face coverings, saying that using masks protects the wearer as well.

  • Previous declarations said that face coverings would Onley protect others.

  • The daily death toll in the U.

  • S.

  • Hit 1450 on Tuesday, the first time it has risen above 1400 since mid August.

from California to the Midwest to New York state's across the nation are reimposing restrictions as cove in 19 infection surge and hospitalizations hit records.

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