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新冠疫情下美国联邦政府将扩大新冠疫苗接种资格

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  • 时间:2021-01-13 19:58:13

  美国新冠疫情是大家关注的对象,如今美国新冠疫苗情况如何?一起和天道小编看看联邦政府的最新资讯。

  新冠疫情最新消息:洛杉矶要求一些人在家戴口罩;联邦政府扩大新冠疫苗的资格,以加快推出

  Elinor AspegrenAdrianna RodriguezDoyle RiceUSA今天

  《今日美国》(USA TODAY)正在关注有关COVID-19的新闻,两种疫苗加入了美国对抗这种病毒的战斗。自2月首次报告死亡病例以来,这种病毒已导致逾37.6万美国人死亡。请继续刷新本页面,以获取关于冠状病毒的最新更新,包括世卫组织正在从辉瑞和Moderna获得疫苗,以及来自《今日美国》网络的其他头条新闻。注册我们的冠状病毒观察通讯,直接更新到您的收件箱,加入我们的Facebook群组,或浏览我们的深度回答读者问题,了解您需要了解的关于冠状病毒的一切。

  在标题:

  根据约翰霍普金斯大学的数据,周二,美国冠状病毒每天死亡人数第二次超过4000人。第一次是4天前的1月8日。

  据《洛杉矶时报》报道,洛杉矶县要求居民外出工作或购物时佩戴口罩。

  从国际目的地飞往美国的旅客在登机前需出示COVID-19检测阴性证明。美国疾病控制与预防中心(U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)周二发布了这项命令,据报道,新的检测要求将于1月26日生效。

  纽约是美国早期的疫情中心,成为第一个有4万人死于新冠肺炎的州。德克萨斯州和加利福尼亚州紧随其后,有超过3万人。德克萨斯州和加利福尼亚州一样,成为全美唯一一个病例达到200万的州。

  周一晚上,尽管受到COVID-19大流行的影响,阿拉巴马州足球赢得全国冠军后,塔斯卡卢萨市举行了庆祝活动。许多参加庆典的人在街上相互挤在一起,尖叫和欢呼,但他们没有戴口罩。美联社报道说,这一幕正是官员们在比赛前所担心的,他们敦促人们在家里观看比赛,并私下庆祝。

  美国政府要求各州加快为65岁以上和其他有风险人群接种COVID-19疫苗,而不是推迟接种第二针。

  奥兰治县官员周一宣布,阿纳海姆的迪士尼度假区将很快转变为南加州居民的大规模冠状病毒疫苗接种地。加州州长加文·纽森(Gavin Newsom)周一承诺,到本周末,将有100万名加州医护人员、养老院居民和工作人员接种COVID-19疫苗。

  今天的数据:根据约翰霍普金斯大学的数据,美国有超过2280万冠状病毒确诊病例,38万人死亡。全球总数:超过9150万例,195万例死亡。

  我们在读什么:

  特朗普政府要求各州加速接种疫苗,扩大提前接种资格

  特朗普政府周二公布了新的指导方针,旨在加速向65岁以上和其他有风险的人群推广疫苗,而不是推迟第二针疫苗。

  美国卫生与公众服务部部长亚历克斯·阿扎尔(Alex Azar)表示,现在是时候“进入疫苗计划的下一阶段”,扩大有资格获得第一剂疫苗的人群,最初只包括长期护理机构中的卫生保健工作者。通过增加社区卫生中心和额外的药店,人们可以接种疫苗的地方数量也将增加。

  阿扎尔说:“各州不应该等到完成1a优先级之后才开始实施更广泛的资格类别。”

  在缓慢得令人沮丧的初始阶段之后,各州正在第一个阶段完成之前进入下一个阶段,为老年公民、教师、公交车司机、警察和消防员等群体提供COVID-19疫苗注射。大型设施如体育场馆、露天游乐场和会议中心将被用来为更大、更多样化的人群接种疫苗。

  国会骚乱后,更多议员冠状病毒检测呈阳性

  周三国会大厦发生骚乱后,多位议员表示,他们的冠状病毒检测呈阳性。最新的例子是华盛顿州民主党众议员普拉米拉·贾亚帕尔。

  贾亚帕尔周二在推特上写道:“我被关在国会大厦一间安全的房间里,刚刚收到COVID-19检测结果呈阳性。在那里,几名共和党人不仅残忍地拒绝戴口罩,还肆意嘲笑给他们口罩的同事和工作人员。”

  伊利诺伊州的民主党众议员布拉德·施耐德(Brad Schneider)和新泽西州的民主党众议员邦妮·沃森·科尔曼(Bonnie Watson Coleman)也被检测出呈阳性,他们在国会大厦被围困期间被强行进入了那个安全的房间。

  周日,国会的主治医生表示,在支持特朗普的暴徒武装入侵国会期间,当选官员及其工作人员可能会接触到感染COVID-19的人。数十名议员在大流行期间感染了这种病毒。

  医院面临着COVID-19激增、人员短缺和死亡人数上升的问题

  根据约翰霍普金斯大学(Johns Hopkins University)的数据,在过去一周,创纪录的22676人死于COVID-19。这比2001年9月11日的2977名受害者每天死亡的美国人还要多。

  加州、亚利桑那州、内华达州和乔治亚州是新冠肺炎患者床位占比最大的四个州,它们正在努力跟上这一前所未有的激增步伐。

  在洛杉矶,公立医院正准备转向危机模式,该县已指示救护车,如果病人不能在现场恢复,就不要将他们送往负担过重的医院。据美国卫生与公众服务部(Department of Health and Human Services)称,乔治亚州有20多家医院的重症监护病房没有床位。

  尽管公共卫生官员乐观地认为,广泛的疫苗接种将在今年春天带来一线希望,但现在不堪重负的急诊室和重症监护病房的医生和护士们却没有喘息的机会。

  ——肯Alltucker

  研究发现,超过75%的患者在6个月后仍有症状

  上周五发表在同行评议期刊《柳叶刀》(the Lancet)上的一项中国研究发现,超过75%的COVID-19患者在出院6个月后报告出现症状。

  《英国杂志》称,这是迄今为止针对所谓的“COVID-19长途乘客”的最大研究,研究人员研究了来自中国武汉金银滩医院的1733名患者,冠状病毒去年起源于武汉。

  超过60%的患者报告疲劳和肌肉无力,约25%报告睡眠困难和脱发,23%报告焦虑和抑郁。

  贡献:美联社

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  Coronavirus updates: LA County asking some to mask up at home; feds expand vaccine eligibility to speed up rollout

  Elinor AspegrenAdrianna RodriguezDoyle RiceUSA TODAY

  USA TODAY is keeping track of the news surrounding COVID-19 as a pair of vaccines join the U.S. fight against a virus that has killed more than 376,000 Americans since the first reported fatality in February. Keep refreshing this page for the latest updates surrounding the coronavirus, including who is getting the vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna, as well as other top news from across the USA TODAY Network. Sign up for our Coronavirus Watch newsletter for updates directly to your inbox, join our Facebook group or scroll through our in-depth answers to reader questions for everything you need to know about the coronavirus.

  In the headlines:

  The U.S. topped 4,000 daily coronavirus deaths Tuesday for the second time, according to Johns Hopkins University data. The first time was 4 days ago on Jan. 8.

  Los Angeles County is asking residents to wear masks at home if they go out for work or to get groceries, the LA Times reported.

    Travelers flying into the United States from international destinations will be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test before boarding their flight. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the order Tuesday, and the new testing requirement reportedly goes into effect Jan. 26.

  New York, the early epicenter of the pandemic in the U.S., became the first state to record 40,000 COVID deaths. Texas and California are next with 30,000-plus. Texas joined California as the only states to reach the 2 million-case mark.

  The celebration was on in Tuscaloosa after Alabama football's national championship victory Monday night, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of the celebrants screaming and cheering as they pressed against each other in the streets didn’t wear face masks. The scene was exactly what officials feared before the game as they urged people to watch at home and celebrate privately, the Associated Press said.

  The U.S. government is asking states to speed up COVID-19 vaccinations to people over 65 and others at risk instead of holding back vaccines for a second dose.

  Disneyland Resort in Anaheim will soon be transformed into a mass coronavirus vaccination site for Southern California residents, Orange County officials announced Monday. Gov. Gavin Newsom has promised 1 million California health care workers, nursing home residents and staff will receive the COVID-19 vaccine by week’s end, promised Monday.

  Today's numbers: The U.S. has more than 22.8 million confirmed coronavirus cases and 380,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data. The global totals: More than 91.5 million cases and 1.95 million deaths.

  What we're reading:

  Trump administration asks states to speed up vaccinations, expand early eligibility

  The Trump administration unveiled new guidelines Tuesday that aim to speed up vaccine rollout to people over 65 and others at risk instead of holding back vaccines for a second dose.

  Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said it was now time to move “to the next phase on the vaccine program” and expand the pool of those eligible to get the first dose, which initially included only health care workers on those in long-term care facilities. There will also be an expansion of the number of places where people can be vaccinated by adding community health centers and additional drug stores.

  "States should not be waiting to complete 1a priorities before proceeding to broader categories of eligibility," Azar said.

  After a frustratingly slow initial phase, states are moving on to the next stage before the first one is complete, making COVID-19 shots available to such groups as senior citizens, teachers, bus drivers, police officers and firefighters. Large facilities like stadiums, fairgrounds and convention centers will be used to inoculate a bigger and more diverse pool of people.

  More lawmakers testing positive for coronavirus after Capitol riot

  Multiple lawmakers have said they tested positive for the coronavirus after Wednesday's riot in the Capitol. The latest is Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash.

  "I just received a positive COVID-19 test result after being locked down in a secured room at the Capitol where several Republicans not only cruelly refused to wear a mask but recklessly mocked colleagues and staff who offered them one," Jayapal wrote Tuesday on Twitter.

  Fellow Democratic Representatives Brad Schneider of Illinois and Bonnie Watson Coleman of New Jersey have also tested positive after being forced into the secured room during the Capitol siege.

  On Sunday, the attending physician for Congress said elected officials and their staff were potentially exposed to someone infected with COVID-19 while the Capitol was locked down during an armed incursion by pro-Trump rioters. Dozens of lawmakers have been infected with the virus during the pandemic.

  Hospitals face COVID-19 surge, staff shortages and rising deaths

  During the past week, a record 22,676 people died from COVID-19, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University. That's more Americans dying every day than the 2,977 victims on Sept. 11, 2001.

  Four states with the largest share of hospital beds occupied with COVID-19 patients – California, Arizona, Nevada and Georgia – are struggling to keep pace with the unprecedented surge.

  In Los Angeles, public hospitals are preparing to shift to crisis mode, and the county has instructed ambulances to not send patients to overburdened hospitals if they can’t be revived in the field. More than two dozen Georgia hospitals have no available beds in intensive care units, according to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  While public health officials are optimistic widespread vaccination will provide a glimmer of hope this spring, there’s no respite now for doctors and nurses in overburdened emergency rooms and intensive care units.

  – Ken Alltucker

  More than 75% of patients still had symptoms 6 months later, study finds

  A Chinese study published Friday in the peer-reviewed journal The Lancet found that more than 75% of COVID-19 patients reported symptoms six months after hospital discharge.

  In what the British journal said was the largest study so far of so-called "COVID-19 long-haulers," researchers looked at 1,733 patients from Jin Yin-tan Hospital in Wuhan, China, where the coronavirus originated last year.

  More than 60% of patients reported fatigue and muscle weakness, about 25% reported sleep difficulties and hair loss, and 23% reported anxiety and depression.

  Contributing: The Associated Press

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

  Author:Elinor AspegrenAdrianna RodriguezDoyle Rice

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