COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe, changing almost every aspect of our lives – how we live, how we work, and how we communicate. EdLogics continues to monitor the impact.
Here are some updates from our clinicians, accurate as of April, 01, 11:00PM EST:
United States of America Statistics:
Cases Diagnosed – 221,216
Recovered – 10,018
Deaths – 4,939
Get the latest updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The CDC has also drafted guidelines for businesses and employers to plan for and respond to COVID-19.
Which states will be hit hardest by coronavirus-related job losses?
Millions of American jobs have been lost because of COVID-19 and new unemployment claims continue to skyrocket.
Commonly Asked Question:
Who is most at risk for COVID-19?
There’s still a lot doctors don’t know about COVID-19. For now, the people who seem to have the highest risk of getting very sick or dying from it are adults over 60 and people with serious or long-term medical problems like heart disease, diabetes, or lung problems.
Younger people are also at risk. A recent report found that nearly 40 percent of people sick enough with COVID-19 to be in the hospital were age 20 to 54. Doctors are also finding the virus in children in some parts of the US. Still, the risk of dying from the virus is much higher in older people.
For more answers to your questions, visit our coronavirus FAQ page.