Le pompe funebri di El Paso preparano unità refrigerate per ospitare i corpi mentre i casi di Covid-19 nella città del Texas aumentano

Come Covid-19 cases in El Paso, Texas, continuare a salire, Le pompe funebri in città si stanno preparando per un aumento dei decessi correlati al coronavirus.

Parte di quello sforzo, hanno detto alla CNN due pompe funebri, is to prepare additional refrigerated units to house bodies if their usual space isn’t enough.
Di giovedì, El Paso County officials reported 1,161 new Covid-19 casesa record high for the area, secondo a daily coronavirus case report from the county. Da venerdì, the total case count sits at 37,263.
This week saw Covid-19 cases soar across the US, with Thursday the first day with più di 70,000 new cases recorded since July 24, Johns Hopkins University data show. Più di 41,000 people were also hospitalized across the USthe highest level of nationwide hospitalizations since August 20, according to the Covid Tracking Project.
    The virus has claimed more than 223,000 vite negli Stati Uniti. That tally includes over 570 people in El Paso, a county of about 840,000 residenti. Un altro 157 deaths there are under investigation.

    Funeral home managers brace for a bad winter

    To prepare for the expected swell in coronavirus deaths, Sunset Funeral Homes in El Paso has added three walk-in refrigeration units for bodies, manager Christopher Lujan told CNN on Thursday.
    Lujan said most of the deaths his business is seeing are related to Covid-19.
    As far as from yesterday to today, we’re seeing, sai, two out of every three cases that are coming in have been diagnosed with the Covid virus,” Lujan said.
    Perches Funeral Homes General Manager Jorge Ortiz told CNN he’s added two more coolers. His business has also seen a rise in Covid-19 related deaths in the past two weeks.
    I would say maybe 15% per 20% of all the services we are getting now are Covid cases,” Ortiz said.
    He anticipates things will get even worse.
    We’re getting there,” Egli ha detto. “intendo, flu season is coming, inverno, so I’m pretty sure it is going to hit us bad.
    El Paso County previously used refrigerated trailers to hold remains during the summer, when the county medical examiner’s morgue was reaching capacity, CNN affiliate KVIA reported nel mese di luglio.

    Covid-19 cases soar in El Paso

    Coronavirus cases began to surge in El Paso earlier this month. But until this week, new cases hadn’t surpassed 1,000 on a single day, the county’s coronavirus report shows.
    Coronavirus hospitalizations have also sharply increased this month, a partire dal 166 Covid-19 patients hospitalized on October 1 per 678 patients on Thursday, the county data show. Coronavirus cases are taking up 32% of all hospital capacity in the county.
    Wisconsin using overflow facility to keep up with Covid-19 cases

      APPENA GUARDATO

      Wisconsin using overflow facility to keep up with Covid-19 cases

    DEVE GUARDARE

    Wisconsin using overflow facility to keep up with Covid-19 cases 03:07

    El Paso health officials said community spread has surged because people who’ve tested positive aren’t isolating and residents continue to attend family gatherings or parties, secondo il city’s Twitter account. Officials also credit the rise to a lack of face mask use and poor cooperation with contact tracers.
    Despite concerning surges in coronavirus cases and deaths, El Paso Mayor Dee Margo said during a Thursday news conference lui “cannot shut down the city,” leaving that measure up to Gov. Greg Abbott. Margo also doesn’tthink it’s appropriate at this timeto shut down El Paso, Egli ha detto.
    Anziché, Margo encouraged residents to stay home when possible for the next two weeks and continue to wear masks, maintain social distancing and wash their hands.
      Only we, by our behaviors, can stop the spread,” Egli ha detto. “It’s serious, Signore e signori. It’s imperative that we do what we need to do, change our behaviors, if it’s impacting us detrimentally as a community.
      To assist El Paso with its Covid-19 response, Abbott annunciato Thursday that over 460 medical personnel will be deployed to the area, along with a mobile medical unit, 25 new beds and 30 oxygen concentrators, which boost a patient’s oxygen levels if they’re having difficulty breathing.

      lascia un commento

      L'indirizzo email non verrà pubblicato. i campi richiesti sono contrassegnati *

      *