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Live. Daily Coronavirus Updates, March 11. What to Know About COVID-19 in Seattle, Washington, DC և Worldwide

A year ago today, the World Health Organization announced the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. Now, after months of distributing vaccine shots, states are preparing for dose increases. I hope that by the end of May it will be enough for every adult.

On Wednesday, Congress approved the $ 1.9 trillion COVID-19 aid bill, sending it to President Biden to sign, which he said he would do on Friday. The legislation would send direct payments to many Americans, extend weekly emergency unemployment benefits, among other things, although Republicans say the bill is full of liberal policies; it goes unnoticed that crises are easing. This is what the package means to Washington.

We are updating this page with the latest news on the COVID-19 epidemic և its impact on Seattle, the US և the world. Click here to see the live updates of the previous days բոլոր all our coronavirus coverage, here to see how we are catching up և with the daily spread in Washington և around the world.

Why Reducing COVID-19 Restrictions Too Early for Coronavirus Versions

The spread of COVID-19 vaccines in the United States has accelerated to more than 2 million shots a day. The coronavirus version, which is more contagious than in the UK, enters the muscles nationwide. And the governors from Texas to Massachusetts are fighting to ease the mandates and austerity of assembly masks – to reopen gyms, restaurants, workplaces – schools.

For a virus that is looking for new ways to spread և disease, this combination of events is a unique opportunity և new research highlights the danger.

Two studies published in the journal Science this week examine some of the factors that are known to give rise to new genetic variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

And in a mathematical modeling exercise, 13 1313 samples of coronavirus in deep-seated genetics, researchers show that the disturbing genetic changes in the virus are likely to take root when the infection rate rises, when many people have only partial immunity, when the virus. he has to work harder to find his next victim.

The results show that the coming months could bring new challenges to a country that has already suffered from the epidemic and is exhausted for life.

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– Melissa Hill, Los Angeles Times

When will the coronavirus disappear?

When will the coronavirus disappear?  (AP illustration / Peter Hamlin)
When will the coronavirus disappear? (AP illustration / Peter Hamlin)

When will the coronavirus disappear?

Nobody knows for sure. Scientists believe that the virus that causes COVID-19 may be with us for decades or longer, but that does not mean that it will continue to pose the same threat.

The virus appeared in late 2019, և it is difficult to predict how it will behave in the long run. But many experts believe that it is possible that the disease will eventually subside from the crisis, becoming a common cold-like anxiety.

This would happen when people accumulate immunity over time, either through infection or through vaccination. Other viruses have followed a similar path.

The 1918 flu pandemic may also provide insights into the course of COVID-19.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that one-third of the world’s population is infected with the bird-borne virus. Eventually, after the infected people either died or acquired immunity, the virus quickly stopped spreading. It was later transformed into a less viral form, which, according to experts, continues to circulate seasonally.

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– The Associated Press

AP-NORC survey. One in five people in the United States loses a loved one

File.  2020  On April 22, at the Mount Olivet Cemetery in New Orleans, mourners, among only 10 allowed mourners, walk in a coffin to enter the funeral of Larry Hammond, who died of coronavirus.  Hammond was a Royal Grace royalty, he would have hundreds of people marching behind his coffin in second-line parades.  (AP Photo / Gerald Herbert, File)
File. 2020 On April 22, at the Mount Olivet Cemetery in New Orleans, mourners, among only 10 allowed mourners, walk in a coffin to enter the funeral of Larry Hammond, who died of coronavirus. Hammond was a Royal Grace royalty, he would have hundreds of people marching behind his coffin in second-line parades. (AP Photo / Gerald Herbert, File)

One in five Americans says they have lost a loved one to a coronavirus, highlighting the “hope” of heartache when the country wants to return to normal a year from now.

A new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Public Affairs Research Center shows how the stage is set for a two-step recovery. Public concern about the virus fell to its lowest point since the fall, when the holidays began to grow in the new year.

But people who are still mourning are frustrated by the ongoing struggle to maintain security.

“It simply came to our notice then. It’s almost like it happened to us yesterday. It’s still fresh, “said Neti Parks, of Volusia, Florida, whose only brother died of COVID-19 in April last year. Due to travel restrictions, Parks and her five sisters still have to hold a memorial.

Read the story here,

– The Associated Press

Get informed within the last 24 hours

The state of Washington will receive billions of dollars For schools, childcare, local governments, etc., yesterday the Congress approved the huge expansion of the nation’s social security network. That’s where the money will go in our state, along with the highlights of the $ 1.9 trillion package. It is interesting to compare it with what other countries spend on epidemiological aid.

“There is a real reason for hope” President Joe Biden will tell Americans when he made his first keynote address at 5 p.m., a year after the World Health Organization declared an epidemic. Looking forward to hearing from him’s new call for action against COVID-19 in the coming months.

Residents of nurseries can hug again, says the US government, but that is not the case in Washington state. A government official explains that changes are underway.

Do you care for your grandchildren? Now that the CDC has released a new guide to what vaccinated people can do. For one woman, it was a doctor’s order. Read her prescription և watch the sweet moment that follows.

Biden doubles US order About the Johnson & Johnson Disposable Vaccine, which means people will have more than enough for every American to get vaccinated. The United States could soon see its cargo increase by up to 50%, posing new challenges.

How will Washington cities get vaccines for the homeless? As lawyers and officials face the issue, some hope the J&J vaccine will be a game changer.

Idaho parents organize their own party with a bold slogan that is painfully inaccurate these days.

– Chris Higginson

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