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The coming winter months will be “the most difficult in the public health history of this nation,” said Dr Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, today, citing the “stress that’s going to be put on our health-care system” as the numbers of coronavirus cases rise.
He also said that 90% of hospitals in the United States are currently in “hot zones and the red zones,” CNBC reported.
The next few months of the Covid-19 pandemic will be among “the most difficult in the public health history of this nation,” Dr. Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Wednesday.t.co/eOwBIfRBIF
Iowa Democrat who lost by 6 votes is still fighting for another recount
A Democratic congressional candidate who trailed by just six votes after a recount said Wednesday she will appeal directly to the US House for additional recount proceedings, rather than continue to pursue legal challenges in Iowa, where her Republican opponent was certified as the winner of the election this week, the Associated Press reported.
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