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美国新冠病毒疫情最新情况更新

  • 责任编辑:siyu.zhang
  • 来源:互联网
  • 时间:2020-09-16 16:01:25

  新冠病毒的情况大家十分关注,那么你知道最新的情况吗?美国总统特朗普的发言有何新见解?新冠病毒病例增长速度还快吗?一起和天道小编看看吧。

  新冠病毒更新:特朗普否认淡化病毒;德克萨斯州近70万例;印度的病例超过500万;195 k我们死亡

  杰西卡·弗洛雷斯,《今日美国》于2020年9月16日美国东部时间凌晨3:01发布

  美国总统唐纳德·特朗普(Donald Trump)周二晚间否认他淡化了冠状病毒的威胁,尽管他在一次录音采访中告诉鲍勃·伍德亚德(Bob Woodyard),他知道这种病毒比流感更致命。

  “嗯,我没有淡化它。实际上,在很多方面,我都把它作为行动加以渲染,”特朗普周二晚上在ABC新闻频道主持的一个电视市政厅上说。特朗普再次表示,不管有没有疫苗,病毒都会通过他所说的“从众心理”(指从众免疫)“消失”。

  与此同时,德克萨斯州有近70万确诊感染者。孤星州将成为美国继加利福尼亚州之后第二个达到这个数字的州。截至周二晚间,该州已有668,746人感染,14,343人死亡。

  一些重要进展:

  印度新冠病毒病例超过500万,死亡人数超过82,000人。

  辉瑞公司是新型冠状病毒疫苗研发的领先者之一,在周末扩大了试验范围后,该公司报告称其候选疫苗有“潜力”。

  众议院议长佩洛西星期二说,众议院将继续开会,直到新冠病毒刺激法案取得突破性进展。

  印度超过500万COVID-19病例,包括过去24小时内的9万例

  周三,印度冠状病毒确诊病例突破500万,仍在飙升,并在数以万计的贫困城镇和村庄考验着该国薄弱的医疗体系。

  卫生部在过去24小时内报告了90,123例新病例,使该国确诊病例总数达到5020,359例,约占该国近14亿人口的0.35%。在过去的24小时内,死亡人数增加了1290人,总数为82066人。

  印度的冠状病毒感染病例总数正在接近美国的最高记录——660万例,预计将在几周内超过美国。

  印度报告的9月11日病例数达到创纪录的97,570例,仅本月就增加了100多万例。

  印度尼西亚,反面具人员被命令为冠状病毒感染者挖坟墓

  印尼当地官员命令8名在公共场合拒绝戴口罩的人为新冠肺炎受害者挖坟。由于印度尼西亚面临COVID-19病例的上升,东爪哇省Cerme区的领导人制定了更严格的社会隔离和戴口罩政策。

  对八名违反当地面具规定的人来说,这意味着挖坟墓。印尼新闻网站“贡恩新闻”(Tribun news)称,该地区领导人苏约诺(Suyono)提议对该地区实施惩罚,原因是该地区缺乏掘墓人。

  “目前只有三个掘墓人,所以我想我应该让这些人和他们一起工作,”他告诉《贡品新闻》(Tribun News)。他说:“希望这能对违规行为产生威慑作用。”

  ——约书亚补偿

  司法部:德州一名妇女骗取了近200万美元的PPP贷款

  德克萨斯州一名妇女在冠状病毒大流行期间接受了近200万美元的工资保护计划贷款,她星期二被联邦当局以欺诈指控逮捕。

  根据美国司法部的一份声明,来自休斯顿的罗拉·沙莱瓦·芭芭拉·卡萨里被控向一家金融机构做虚假陈述、电信欺诈、银行欺诈以及从事非法货币交易。

  官员称,22岁的卡萨里涉嫌为两家公司——罗拉的Level和魅力发型公司——提交了两份欺诈性的PPP贷款申请,并声称拥有数名雇员和大笔工资支出。

  “然而,根据指控,两家实体都没有雇员,也没有支付与贷款申请中要求的金额相符的工资,”声明称。

  官员们说,在收到超过190万美元的贷款后,卡萨利将资金转到了另外四个银行账户。卡萨里预计将于周三在休斯敦接受美国地方法官克里斯蒂娜·布莱恩的审判。

  唐纳德·特朗普在ABC新闻市政厅否认淡化冠状病毒

  美国总统唐纳德·特朗普(Donald Trump)周二否认淡化冠状病毒的威胁,他在一个电视市政厅表示,他“淡化了它”,尽管他在今年早些时候的一次采访中曾断言,他“希望永远淡化它”。

  川普是在美国广播公司在宾夕法尼亚州主持的一个90分钟的市政厅发表上述言论的。

  “嗯,我没有淡化它。特朗普在回答记者鲍勃·伍德沃德(Bob Woodward)采访时被问到的问题时说,他知道冠状病毒比流感更致命、更具传染性,但仍在继续比较两者。

  -约翰·弗里茨和大卫·杰克逊

  辉瑞报告新冠肺炎疫苗候选“潜在”,扩大试验

  辉瑞公司是COVID-19疫苗研发的领先者之一,该公司表示,其候选疫苗看起来是安全的,预计下个月将有数据显示该疫苗对人类预防冠状病毒的效果如何。

  辉瑞公司首席执行官阿尔伯特·布拉周二说,他有意透露更多关于COVID-19候选疫苗的信息,而不是其他正在研发的疫苗,因为他希望整个过程公开透明。

  “透明度是必须的,特别是考虑到这种情况和疫苗的政治化,”他在与记者的问答中说。

  公司周六说,这是扩大试验从30000年到44000年人们包括青少年,年龄16 -以及患有疾病,如艾滋病、甲型肝炎,B或c .周二,Bourla说发生扩张,因为疫苗似乎是非常安全的,审判可以扩大没有延迟时间表完成。

  ——卡伦·温特劳布

  在COVID-19大流行之前,有230万美国人失去了医疗保险

  根据Capital & Main对美国人口普查局周二公布的数据的分析,在唐纳德·特朗普执政的头三年里,有230万人没有医疗保险。

  他们包括佛罗里达州、亚利桑那州、乔治亚州、北卡罗来纳州、俄亥俄州以及密歇根州和明尼苏达州等摇摆州的数十万人。在《库克政治报告》确定为摇摆州的13个州中,未参保人数增加了近160万人。

  在2016年的竞选中,特朗普承诺废除并取代奥巴马医改,一旦当选,他誓言每个人都将拥有医疗保险。

  医疗保健是2018年中期选举的一个主要问题,而且在7周后的大选中仍可能是一个突出问题。COVID-19大流行已导致该国大量失业,该国55%的医疗保健覆盖率与就业挂钩。一项研究估计,在2020年2月至5月期间,有540万美国工人失去了医疗保险。

  周二公布的数据表明,早在考维德事件之前,美国居民就已经在大幅削减医疗保险了。到目前为止,未参保人数增长最快的是德克萨斯州,2016年至2019年间,该州的未参保人数增加了68.9万人。

  - Jessica Goodheart, Capital & Main

  南希·佩洛西:众议院将继续开会以达成冠状病毒刺激协议

  众议院议长佩洛西星期二说,众议院将继续开会,直到一项新冠病毒刺激法案取得突破。与此同时,温和派议员敦促国会领导人在11月选举前拿出一项救助协议。

  佩洛西星期二在美国全国广播公司财经频道(CNBC)上说:“我们致力于留在这里,直到达成一项协议,一项满足美国人民需要的协议。”

  她的讲话表明,国会民主党人和川普总统领导的白宫之间的缓和谈判可能得以挽救,尽管双方似乎还没有接近达成协议。佩洛西希望为学校、失业人员和资金短缺的地方政府制定一项规模庞大的数万亿美元计划,但她并没有改变立场。周二,共和党领导层似乎对民主党最近提出的建议不再持开放态度。

  - Christal Hayes, Nicholas Wu和Ledyard King

  来自《今日美国》的COVID-19资源

  在Facebook上:关于冠状病毒还有很多未知的事情。但我们所知道的,我们将与你们分享。加入我们的Facebook群组“冠状病毒观察”(Coronavirus Watch),可以在您的feed中接收每日更新,并与社区中的其他人就COVID-19进行聊天。

  在你的收件箱里:关注今日美国网关于冠状病毒大流行的最新消息。注册每日冠状病毒观察通讯。

  应对建议:每周六和周二,我们都会出现在你的收件箱里,给你一个虚拟的拥抱,在这艰难的时刻给你一点安慰。报名一起待在一起。

  贡献:美联社

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  Coronavirus updates: Donald Trump denies downplaying virus; Texas nears 700K cases; India surpasses 5M cases; 195K US deaths

  Jessica Flores, USA TODAYPublished 3:01 a.m. ET Sept. 16, 2020

  President Donald Trump denied on Tuesday night that he downplayed the threat of the coronavirus, even after telling Bob Woodyard during a recorded interview that he knew the virus was more deadly than the flu.

  "Well, I didn't downplay it. I actually, in many ways, I up-played it in terms of action," Trump said during a televised town hall hosted by ABC News on Tuesday night. Trump, once again, said the virus would "disappear" with or without a vaccine through what he called a "herd mentality," referencing herd immunity.

  Meanwhile, Texas is nearing 700,000 confirmed infections. The Lone Star State would become the country's second, after California, to reach that total. As of Tuesday night, the state has 668,746 infections and 14,343 deaths.

  Some significant developments:

  India surpassed 5 million cases of COVID-19 and more than 82,000 deaths.

  Pfizer, one of the frontrunners in creating a COVID-19 vaccine, reported its candidate has "potential" after expanding its trial over the weekend.

  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday the House will stay in session until a breakthrough is made on a coronavirus stimulus bill.

  India surpasses 5 million COVID-19 cases, including 90K in past 24 hours

  India's coronavirus confirmed cases crossed 5 million on Wednesday, still soaring and testing the country's feeble health care system in tens of thousands of impoverished towns and villages.

  The Health Ministry reported 90,123 new cases in the past 24 hours, raising the nation's confirmed total to 5,020,359, about 0.35% of its nearly 1.4 billion population. It said 1,290 more people died in the past 24 hours, for a total of 82,066.

  India's total coronavirus caseload is closing in on the United States' highest tally of more than 6.6 million cases and expected to surpass it within weeks.

  India reported a record daily high of 97,570 cases on Sept. 11 and has added more than 1 million cases this month alone.

  Anti-maskers ordered to dig graves for coronavirus victims in Indonesia

  Eight people in Indonesia who refused to wear masks in public were ordered by a local official to dig graves for COVID-19 victims. As Indonesia faces an uptick of COVID-19 cases, leaders in Cerme, a district located in East Java, established stricter enforcement of social distancing and mask-wearing policies.

  For the eight people who violated the local mask mandate, that meant digging graves. The district's leader, identified by Indonesian news site Tribun News as Suyono, proposed the punishment due to a lack of gravediggers in the area.

  “There are only three available gravediggers at the moment, so I thought I might as well put these people to work with them,” he told Tribun News. “Hopefully, this can create a deterrent effect against violations,” he said.

  – Joshua Bote

  DOJ: Texas woman fraudulently received nearly $2M in PPP loans

  A Texas woman who received nearly $2 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic was arrested Tuesday by federal authorities on fraud allegations.

  Lola Shalewa Barbara Kasali, of Houston, was charged with making false statements to a financial institution, wire fraud, bank fraud and engaging in unlawful monetary transactions, according to a U.S. Department of Justice statement.

  Officials say Kasali, 22, allegedly submitted two fraudulent PPP loan applications for two businesses — Lola's Level and Charm Hair Extensions — and claimed to have several employees and large payroll expenses.

  "According to the charges, however, neither entity has employees nor pays wages consistent with the amounts claimed in the loan applications," according to the statement.

  After receiving more than $1.9 million in loans, Kasali transferred the funds into four additional bank accounts, officials said. Kasali is expected to appear before U.S. Magistrate Judge Christina Bryan in Houston on Wednesday.

  Donald Trump denies downplaying coronavirus during ABC News town hall

  President Donald Trump on Tuesday denied downplaying the threat from coronavirus, telling a television town hall that he "up-played it" despite his assertion in an interview earlier this year that he "wanted to always play it down."

  Trump made the remarks during a 90-minute town hall hosted by ABC News in the battleground state of Pennsylvania.

  "Well, I didn't downplay it. I actually, in many ways, I up-played it in terms of action," Trump said in response to a question about an interview with journalist Bob Woodward in which he said he knew the coronavirus was more deadly and contagious than the flu but continued to compare the two.

  – John Fritze and David Jackson

  Pfizer reports 'potential' with COVID-19 vaccine candidate, expands trial

  Pfizer, one of the frontrunners in the quest for a COVID-19 vaccine, said its candidate vaccine is looking safe, and the company expects to have data next month on how well it is protecting people against the coronavirus.

  Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said Tuesday that he is intentionally revealing more information about the COVID-19 candidate vaccine than he would about any other vaccine under development because he wants the process to be open and transparent.

  "Transparency is a must, particularly given this situation and the politicization of the vaccine," he said in a Q&A with journalists.

  The company had said Saturday that it was expanding its trial from 30,000 to 44,000 people to include teenagers, ages 16-18, as well as people with diseases such as HIV, and hepatitis A, B, or C. Tuesday, Bourla said the expansion took place because the vaccine appeared to be extremely safe, and the trial could be expanded without delaying the timeline for completion.

  – Karen Weintraub

  2.3 million Americans lost health insurance before COVID-19 pandemic

  During Donald Trump’s first three years in office, 2.3 million people became uninsured, according to a Capital & Main analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data released Tuesday.

  They include hundreds of thousands of people in battleground states such as Florida, Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina and Ohio, as well as Michigan and Minnesota. The number of uninsured grew by nearly 1.6 million people in 13 states identified as swing states by The Cook Political Report.

  During his 2016 campaign, Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare and, once elected, he vowed everyone would have health insurance.

  Health care was a major issue in the 2018 midterm elections and could remain a salient one in the general election only seven weeks away. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to massive job losses in a country where 55% of health care coverage is tied to employment. One study estimated that 5.4 million American workers lost their health insurance between February and May 2020.

  Tuesday's data release makes clear U.S. residents already were hemorrhaging health insurance even before COVID. By far, the largest growth in the number of uninsured was in Texas, where the count swelled by 689,000 between 2016 and 2019.

  – Jessica Goodheart, Capital & Main

  Nancy Pelosi: House will stay in session to reach coronavirus stimulus deal

  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday the House will stay in session until a breakthrough is made on a coronavirus stimulus bill, while moderate lawmakers pressed leaders to come up with a relief deal before the November elections.

  "We are committed to staying here until we have an agreement, an agreement that meets the needs of the American people," Pelosi said on CNBC Tuesday.

  Her words signaled relief talks between congressional Democrats and President Donald Trump's White House may be salvaged even though the two sides don't appear any closer to an agreement. Pelosi hasn't budged on her desire for a sweeping multi-trillion-dollar plan for aid to schools, the unemployed and cash-strapped local governments. And Republican leadership didn't appear any more open to recent Democratic proposals on Tuesday.

  – Christal Hayes, Nicholas Wu and Ledyard King

  COVID-19 resources from USA TODAY

  On Facebook: A lot is still unknown about the coronavirus. But what we do know, we're sharing with you. Join our Facebook group, Coronavirus Watch, to receive daily updates in your feed and chat with others in the community about COVID-19.

  In your inbox: Stay up to date with the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic from the USA TODAY Network. Sign up for the daily Coronavirus Watch newsletter.

  Tips for coping: Every Saturday and Tuesday we'll be in your inbox, offering you a virtual hug and a little bit of solace in these difficult times. Sign up for Staying Apart, Together.

  Contributing: The Associated Press

  Source of articles:https://www.usatoday.com/

  Author:Jessica Flores

  以上就是新冠病毒的最新情况介绍了,希望对大家了解美国总统的最新发言有所帮助,如果你对新冠病毒病例情况还有其他疑问,请多多关注天道海外疫情栏目。


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