Meanwhile, representatives of the California Department of health said that the share of Latinos that make up just over a third of the most populous US state, accounts for 56% of cases COVID-19 and 46% of deaths.

a Lot of infected in the agricultural region of the Central valley, home to a huge number of Latinos, at the same time, say officials, the state hospital is full. California authorities on Tuesday reported 171 of the victims. Florida officials said that in the “sunshine state” over the past 24 hours died 191 people.

And in Mississippi and South Carolina hospitals can no longer accommodate those infected. Despite a sharp increase in the number of cases, governors in some States still do not want to introduce the compulsory wearing of masks in public places, notes the Associated Press. The governors-Republicans in Tennessee, Mississippi, Missouri and South Carolina refuse to close bars and gyms.

At a briefing on July 28, Anthony Fauci, a leading expert on infectious diseases in the United States, said that the sharp increase in the percentage of positive tests for coronavirus in Mississippi, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee and Kentucky. Over the past week, more than 24% of tests in Mississippi tested positive. This is the highest rate in the country, it is three times higher than the average in the United States. Interestingly, commenting on the high confidence rating Fauci on the part of Americans, Donald trump has restricted the phrase: “Nobody likes me.”

according to experts, the second wave of coronavirus infection in the United States has weakened the hopes of the citizens of the country that America supposedly went through the worst economic crisis that devastated businesses and leaving millions out of work Americans.

on Tuesday the United States intensified the fierce debate about the opening of schools in the coming weeks. President Donald trump and members of his administration insisted that the pupils were returning to classes and some teachers and local officials called for the extension of the regime of online learning.

“We will fight on all fronts for the safety of the students and their teachers,” said Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of teachers, during the virtual Congress of trade Union and opposed the opening of schools on September 1.

Meanwhile, the Texas education Agency, the state Supervisory authority in the field of training, stated that it will deny funding to schools that don’t open their doors on September 1 because of instructions of local health authorities.