An American State Faces Unexpected COVID-19 Growth after ‘Relaxation Measures’

The US is continuing to confront a dreadful scenario that terrifies the whole mankind. While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been facing a huge downfall in Europe, it’s still very active in the US. Not to mention that the disease is now becoming a lot more aggressive in countries like India, Brazil, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and others.

While Americans were optimistic recently after the number of daily infections started to face a slight reduction, it turns out that there’s a longer way to victory than some people expected.

Daily hospitalizations and deaths rising in Wisconsin

Wisconsin unexpectedly had to deal with an increase in the number of infected people and deaths due to the COVID-19 disease. This situation marks some of the highest single-day new case counts of people affected by COVID-19 in the past few days.

Various experts warned that two weeks represent the usual amount of time before new grim data about the COVID-19 patients appears. Coincidence or not, the numbers began rising about two weeks after the state Supreme Court struck down the governor’s order for the population to stay at home.

599 new cases for a single day

Wisconsin confronted this Wednesday with the nasty situation of having 599 new cases of infected people with COVID-19. Besides being just about the number of daily cases a country like Italy now has, which was tremendously affected by the pandemic before, it also means for the American state the highest single-day number since the pandemic began. Wisconsin was able to start releasing itself from lockdown on May 13, after its Supreme Court struck down the order to stay at home that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers began.

We are eagerly looking forward to see how the situation will evolve in the States, and regardless of how long this global mess will last, we sure know that the human need for progress and triumph is stronger than any pandemic.



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