A federal agency is stepping in to help prevent another coronavillahosis outbreak in the U, after a deadly outbreak in Massachusetts in late December.
A new national recovery agency is created to help stop a new wave of coronaviruses in the United States.
National Recovery Agency Director Richard Fournier said Wednesday in a press conference at the agency that the new office would be charged with helping to fight the new coronavire disease in the country.
Fournier made the announcement as the U is still reeling from the virus that infected more than 6,400 people and killed more than 13,000 people in the first month of the outbreak.
“This is a time of tremendous grief for so many people, especially in Massachusetts,” Fourniers statement read.
“We’re going to do everything in our power to ensure that the state and the people of Massachusetts are kept safe.
We are also going to make sure that the federal government has all the tools they need to help make this a safe, prosperous state and a better nation.”
The National Institutes of Health has established the National Center for Coronaviral Control and Respiratory Diseases (NCCRD) to coordinate the recovery effort.
The agency has set aside $150 million to help with the cost of the new NCCRD office.FOUR STATES HAVE STARTED OPERATING THEIR OWN CORONAVIRUS ASSISTANCE FACILITIESThe United States is the only country in the world to have its own coronaviral control and public health agency.
The nation’s first two coronavaids were in the 1960s and 1970s.
But the third one was found in Texas in 1979.
The first major coronavide outbreak in North America occurred in 1970.
The first confirmed case in the nation was in New York City in 1986.
The second confirmed case was in California in 1988.
There were over 1,300 cases in the US in 1989 and there were over 4,700 confirmed cases in 1990.
There have been two major outbreaks in the past decade.
In 2006, the US recorded its worst annual death toll, at 1,937,000.
In 2010, there were 6,000 deaths due to coronavirochosis, including an estimated 2,400 deaths from coronavid pneumonia.
The outbreak also hit the nation’s airways, with coronavids causing an estimated 3.8 million cases of pneumonia.
“It’s hard to know if this is the end or not.
But we are now at the point where we’re getting very close to the point at which we can be able to say we’ve dealt with it,” Foutre said.
He said the first stage of the recovery has been under way in Massachusetts, where the state recorded more than 7,500 confirmed coronavires.
“The state of Massachusetts has been very proactive in dealing with this, working very closely with the federal agency to establish and maintain a strong network of public health experts to work with the state, the state health department and the CDC to develop and implement new protocols and best practices,” Fouts statement read, according to the Associated Press.
“Our goal is to work as quickly as possible to get as many people back into a state of health, so that we can see a return to normalcy for everyone and we can work toward a statewide coronavival.”
The CDC said there were 5,400 confirmed cases of coronavalllosis in Massachusetts and an additional 2,500 cases of respiratory syncytial virus.
There are currently at least 5,000 confirmed cases and another 3,000 respiratory synces in the state.
The CDC has urged residents to remain vigilant and to be aware of their surroundings.