But since mid-May, when the state’s stay-at-home order was lifted, and particularly after the Memorial Day holiday, the demographic has shifted.Snyder says he has seen an “explosion” in cases among 20-44 year-olds.
told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: What we have seen over the last several days is a spike in cases that are well beyond the worst spikes that we have seen.We have got to get that under control, or we risk an even greater outbreak in the United States. Worst-hit nation records another new daily record of infections; Middle East at ‘critical threshold’ says WHO; NZ health minister David Clark resignsCalifornia rolls back reopening of bars and restaurantsGlobal report: new US record increase as NZ health minister quitsOxford offers world best hope of vaccine this year, UK MPs toldRolling Stones and McCartney in bid to rescue music industryUK coronavirus updates – live 9.45am BST Until recently, the majority of coronavirus cases that Dr Quinn Snyder, an emergency doctor at one of Arizona’s largest emergency departments, saw were older people. Related: 'It's very troubling': alarm grows over Covid-19 spike among young Americans 9.00am BST Dr Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious disease expert, has warned that the US risks a greater outbreak of coronavirus after it failed to lock down as effectively as countries in Europe.He
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