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The Number Of Single-day Hospital Admissions For COVID-19 In New York State Hit A New High In April 2020

The number of admissions in New York State on Tuesday increased by 647 people in a single day, bringing the total to 6,173, the largest single-day increase since April 2020.
The inflow of the omicron variant virus into the United States has led to a surge in hospital admissions due to the new coronavirus, and the outside world is again worried about the burden of energy in hospitals. World Health Organization officials also believe that although the symptoms caused by the new mutant virus strain Omicron may be milder, it will still make the medical system difficult to load. Smallwood, the senior emergency affairs officer of the WHO European region, said that the rapid spread of Omicron will cause a large number of infected people to be hospitalized, especially those who have not been vaccinated, disrupt the normal operation of the medical and health system and affect other emergency services. Data in New York State since the beginning of December shows that the number of patients hospitalized by the new coronavirus in the state has almost doubled.

Originally, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hoped to shorten the recommended isolation period for people infected with the new coronavirus from 10 days to 5 days. However, as the omicron variant virus flows throughout the United States, the United States' epidemic prevention policy has undergone major changes. Biden admitted that the United States' virus detection capabilities have failed to meet the huge demand. Even Apple has decided to temporarily close its main retail stores in New York City.

Contrary to the United States is Europe. European investors are optimistic about the outbreak of the new variant virus Omicron, believing that it will not hinder economic recovery, leading European stock markets to rise instead of falling:

The DAX 30 index rose 128.45 points, or 0.81%, to close at 15,963.70 points.
The CAC 40 index rose 40.72 points, or 0.57%, to close at 7181.11 points.

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