I'm not some sort of COVID alarmist... I've tried to stay pretty even-keeled and have been burned by being too optimistic at times... but I find the rising case rates in the US (and for that matter also Europe) pretty worrisome right now.
France extends curfew as COVID second wave surges in Europe
Several countries in Europe are reporting COVID-19 infection rates higher than the rates during the first wave of the pandemic in March and April.
#UPDATE The EU's disease control agency joined frantic health workers across Europe in sounding the alarm about the surge in Covid infections as the WHO warned of an "exponential " rise in cases. France meanwhile topped a million registered cases
Europe on red alert: Number of daily Covid cases across continent DOUBLES to 200,000 in 10 days
Eurozone Oct composite PMI -1pt to 49.4 with manu up but services down on rising covid cases US Oct composite PMI +1.2pts to 55.5 Overall suggests global business conditions held up in Oct with strength in the US offsetting weakness in Europe. (China yet to report)
Covid19 Update I am sure you heard Covid19 cases are on the rise in the United States although I doubt you heard Europe has surged ahead of America. What you are not heard is the rapid decline in positive tests and lower fatality rate. 1. USAFacts 2. The COVID Tracking Project.
Trump as Commander in Chief lost the Covid war. Now more Americans are dying daily from Covid than in Europe, China and Canada COMBINED.
“Arizona is facing more per capita cases than recorded by any country in Europe or even by Brazil. Among states with at least 20 people hospitalized for covid-19, no state has seen its rate of hospitalizations increase more rapidly since Memorial Day.”
Had an excellent discussion with @eucopresident H.E. Charles Michel on how India and Europe can cooperate during the COVID-19 crisis for protecting global health and contributing to global economic recovery.
World Health Organization says that Europe is now the "epicentre" of the Covid-19 pandemic