Vacant jobs and high turnover mean the U.S. government is unprepared and ill equipped for what may be the largest public health crisis in a century, many federal officials and disaster experts said
Unfilled jobs and high turnover mean the government is ill equipped for a public health crisis, said many former and current federal officials and disaster experts.very easily from person to person, especially in homes, hospitals and other confined spaces. The pathogen can be carried on tiny respiratory droplets that fall as they are coughed or sneezed out. It may also be transmitted when we touch a contaminated surface and then touch our face. Is there a vaccine yet? No. Such rapid development of a potential vaccine is unprecedented, but even if it is proved safe and effective, it probably will not be available for 12 to18 months. What makes this outbreak so different? Unlike the flu, there is no known treatment or vaccine, and It seems to be more lethal than the flu, but the numbers are still uncertain. And it hits the elderly and those with underlying conditions — not just those with respiratory diseases — particularly hard. What should I do if I feel sick? If you’ve been exposed to the coronavirus or think you have, and have a fever or symptoms like a cough or difficulty breathing, call a doctor. They should give you advice on whether you should be tested, how to get tested, and how to seek medical treatment without potentially infecting or exposing others. How do I get tested? If you’re sick and you think you’ve been exposed to the new coronavirus, They will decide if you need to be tested. Keep in mind that there’s a chance — because of a lack of testing kits or because you’re asymptomatic, for instance — you won’t be able to get tested. What if somebody in my family gets sick? If the family member doesn’t need hospitalization and can be cared for at home, you should help him or her with basic needs and monitor the symptoms, while also keeping as much distance as possible, according to guidelines issued by the C.D.C. If there’s space, the sick family member should stay in a separate room and use a separate bathroom. If masks are available, both the sick person and the caregiver should wear them when the caregiver enters the room. Make sure not to share any dishes or other household items and to regularly clean surfaces like counters, doorknobs, toilets and tables. Don’t forget to wash your hands frequently. Should I wear a mask? No. Unless you’re already infected, or caring for someone who is, Read more: The New York Times
Liberals in the media hoping and cheering for failure and deaths in the United States. Very sick people. In Europe, the focus is healthcare provision, rates of infection and death. The economy is the secondary consideration and battle to be faced after the health crisis. The impression from US media is predominantly about the economy first and how affected by crisis.
The virus control work in the entire Asian region is more qualified than in Europe and the United States. It doesn't hurt itself. It doesn't know the pain. The difference between what you see and what you experience is very big. May the world be restored as before.
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Many U.S. job sectors vulnerable as coronavirus continues to spread“The goal now is not to get the economy up. The goal is to save lives in this pandemic … Our priority must be lives and the public welfare and public health.' — Fmr. Labor Sec. Robert Reich on what the US should focus on during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Cuomo Takes Jab At Trump’s Priorities: ‘Job One Has To Be To Save Lives. That Has To Be The Priority.’NY Governor Andrew Cuomo took a pointed jab at Trump today over his suggestion that the U.S. could lift public health measures like social distancing in order to spur on the economy, “Job one has to be [to] save lives. That has to be the priority.” Save lives? Why does NYC let people live on the streets. How about saving those lives. Stop and frisk saved lives too. Cuomo starting his presidential run