News update US
News update US

With a growing number of COVID-19 patients along with the flu, the governments of different states have started to impose new restrictions as  Published November 2, 2020, Updated on November 4, 2020, at 8:42 am in an article of NBC Boston

Mandatory Face Mask Starting Friday in Massachusetts

Mandatory face mask from Friday in Massachusetts as a new restriction to avoid covid 19, Charlie Baker announced on Monday a list of covid 19 restrictions due to the increase in covid 19 cases in statistics, museums, gyms, and some other businesses will close  around 9:30 p.m. and indoor gatherings will be prohibited and all outdoor gatherings must end by 9:30 p.m. only up to 10 people can gather indoors and outdoors should not exceed 25 people, everyone must wear a mask all the time but children under 5 years old are excluded from this restriction

Amid Rising in COVID, Stronger Mandatory Mask Orders by Gov. Janet Mills in Maine

Maine Gov. Janet Mills launched a new order to wear a mask outdoors, even if they are away from other people due to the rapid increase in the number of Covid patients, everyone has to cover their face to protect themselves against the virus

This new executive order authorizes previous orders on the mask mandate which was to wear a mask if someone cannot maintain physical distance from another person, and now it is mandatory to wear a mask before leaving home

Hospitals Are Running Out Of Space In Idaho Due To Increase In Covid Cases; Two Deaths were Reported from The Flu

Covid 19 patients continue to increase in all states, but in Idaho, hospitals have no space, more than 670 Idaho residents had died from the covid 19 virus, only last Wednesday the number broke records, which was the maximum record of 1,290 cases, according to the Idaho Department of Health 1,265 new cases were reported Thursday

On Tuesday, a letter sent by the state Disaster Medical Advisory Community to Brad Little, the governor of the state, to enforce the statewide face mask mandate, the mask mandate will slow the spread, the health department of Idaho on the wedding day of February 19. cases are increasing statistically and the first two deaths related to flu season reported on that day 80-year-old woman and a 60-year-old county man, they were also affected by covid 19 when died

More Weekend Curfews at Navajo Nation Amid a COVID-19 Second Wave

Last Wednesday, the Navajo Nation announced a long weekend curfew, this announcement was made due to the spread of coronavirus in 20 communities in the state, the health department announced a 56-hour curfew on weekends week from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Friday, this announcement was posted by the executive of the Navajo branch on Thursday according to versions

“Do not leave your home if you do not need to buy essential items or if you do not have essential duties as an employee, do not leave your home during weekend curfew,” the Navajo Nation President said in press releases on the website of the state