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Coronavirus: US bars shut their doors as cases rise and hospitals fill up in the Sunshine State surge

US coronavirus cases have actually risen in a handful of southern and western states that came out of lockdown previously, requiring them to shut down once again.

The variety of US COVID-19 cases increased by more than 40,000 on Monday for the 4th time in 5 days, according to a tally by the Reuters news firm.

As the nation heads towards its 4th of July events, states from the Pacific to the Atlantic are reestablishing constraints to attempt to combat the surge in cases.

Greg Milam reports from California

The day after the bars re-opened in Los Angeles, more than half a million people struck the town.

9 days later on those bars are closed once again as a spike in coronavirus cases has actually sent out public health authorities into a panic.

The numbers heading for a night out when lockdown was raised were not far off the average of 700,000 for a regular pre-pandemic night in LA

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Los Angeles has shut down as coronavirus cases are on the rise

Simply put, it was clear there was a seriousness to return to partying in Los Angeles and, similarly, that it might have come at a huge expense.

And the story of LA’s bars is emblematic of a wider scenario which, according to authorities, is weakening quickly.

Cases are increasing, hospitals are filling up.

The director of public health of Los Angeles, Barbara Ferrer, stated they constantly anticipated there would be some boost in cases as things began to re-open however that “we did not expect the increases to be this steep this quickly”.

Still, some were attempting to slip a saucy afternoon sharpener. There was dissatisfaction though for the guy attempting the door of the Snug Harbour – which happily boasts it opens at 6am – however is now closed.





US infection cases surge to 2.5 m

“My usual place isn’t open so I thought I’d give it a try,” he stated: “Better keep looking.”

Bars that likewise serve dine-in food are permitted to remain open in the meantime, although one resourceful facility which struck a handle the takeaway pizza parlour throughout the car park has actually likewise now accepted the spirit of the guidelines and closed.

The blame for the surge in cases, in California and throughout the nation, is being laid at the door of the under-40 s for not taking the dangers of the infection seriously enough.

However lots of in that age group are likewise more than likely to be working in bars, dining establishments and stores and as a result more exposed to members of the public making the most of the re-opening.

What is most sobering of all in California is that this was the state that appeared to have actually got most things best in the preliminary reaction to the infection.

The stay-at-home orders came rapidly. A state that saw a few of the first cases in the US put the lockdowns in location early. It appeared to have actually avoided the sort of infection rate seen in New York City.

However, like Florida, Texas and Arizona, California is seeing a surge of the infection through America’s sunbelt.

And the stress for lots of is that the 4 July vacation looms big today – and that America’s standard party weekend might this year bring a more COVID-19 disaster.

Cordelia Lynch reports from Florida

I’m in another epicentre, Florida – in the middle of what they’re calling the Sunshine State Surge.

When we showed up over the weekend, it was busy bars, chinking glasses and delighted sunseekers you might hear, not sirens.

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Drive-through screening location in Florida where cases have actually risen

And this time it’s the young, not the old, that are the focus of attention. They represent a troubling variety of brand-newcases There are now more than 145,000 in Florida – 5,000 alone today.

Lots of screening favorable are aged in between 25 and 35 years of ages. They might be suffering less, however they’re assisting to spread the infection to the more susceptible.

Guv Ron De Santis, criticised for re-opening the state too soon, is hurrying to put in location constraints and close things up once again.

And it’s right away clear how deep the crisis has actually ended up being in simply a matter of weeks given that the bars and dining establishments opened their doors and the beaches were re-opened.

By 10 am, we see an exceptionally long snaking line of vehicles waiting on a test at the Miami Convention Center in the searing heat. All these months into the pandemic, it is extremely worrying to see how long it’s still considering some people to get seen.

One female in the line informs me impatience is what got them here. She states: “People were waiting to get outside and when everyone got the chance, they rushed out and didn’t protect themselves.”

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People check out Clearwater Beach in Florida after the state resumed its beaches in May

Her buddy states the authorities simply have not been clear enough: “You get messages from the federal government stating wear masks, then city government state you do not need to.

” I believe it ought to be straight throughout the board that everybody must be required to use one since we’ll keep having these rises.”

Throughout the city, at Marlins Park, the home of the Miami Marlins baseball team, the lines look even longer and this time there are 2, one for people getting tests, the other for people searching for a complimentary meal from the food bank.

After months of battle and assures from the president that a recovery was afoot, it’s clear the crisis is still debilitating individuals’ health and financial resources in this state.

America isn’t out the woods – here, it does not even look like it’s on the best course.

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