After a very tough and bitter fight between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, the COVID-19 pandemic crisis entered a worse state, according to US health experts. As published in The Guardian on Sunday, November 8, 2020, at 09:00 GMT.

It will take over two months to hand over the presidential duties from Donald Trump to Joe Biden, which worries health experts as administration officials hope to improve testing and approval of the vaccine.

Dr. Carlos Del Rio, Executive Associate Dean of Emory School of Medicine and Grady Health System in Georgia. Summarize the strategy in one word by saying that “And hope is not a strategy”

With the increase in coronavirus cases, COVID-19 government aid runs out as the economic recovery falters, there will be serious consequences from the lack of a coordinated response to the pandemic, experts say.

What will happen in the next two months? 

As Dr. Megan Ranney said, “We are entering a very serious pandemic situation ” a brilliant doctor who is  known as an emergency room doctor for saving many healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, also added that “the ratio of virus spread and infection toll rate in the US will determine what will happen in the next two months.”

According to the data, the US has broken the world record for new covid cases of 100,000 cases per day, because of an intense period of new infections in the fall and winter and more hospitalizations and feigned deaths that have already exceeded 230,000. Americans because of coronavirus., as Del Rio said, “We go straight to a trajectory if we do nothing to control it”

Predicted deaths 

Dr. Del Rio predicted in an interview with The Guardian that the country may see over 200,000 COVID-19 cases per day if the nation does not immediately follow universal masking and social distancing, otherwise it may increase that will not stop.

There will be over 40% death in the Nursing homes although they are less than 1% of the total population, and the residents of these homes are more fragile, Dr.Del Rio also warned that fastly growing COVID-19 cases around the communities will increase elderly deaths 


Parkinsonpresident and CEO of the American Health Care Association, in an interview with The Guardian, said that “it’s a very frustrating situation, if everyone wears a mask and maintains social distance, it will reduce the ratio of cases in the long run in the care centers “

Personal protective equipment may be in short supply at hotspots across the country because of a weaker supply chain than in March and April, resources are still severely limited, the economic recovery is faltering, and the virus is spreading. Widely and companies have been left without emergency aid, 

Chris Ropkey, an economist, told The Guardian that “the second wave of COVID-19 is going to hit the economy due to the increase in coronavirus cases, some companies can never back down and they can face bankruptcy. “