The country is ’rounding the corner into a calamity,’ expert says, with Covid-19 deaths projected to double soon


As Thanksgiving week draws to an end, more experts are warning the Covid-19 pandemic will likely get much worse in the coming weeks before a possible vaccine begins to offer some relief.



a person riding on the back of a truck: Medical workers wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) administer Covid-19 tests at a drive-thru testing site at the Alemany Farmers Market in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020. California Governor Gavin Newsom imposed a curfew on the vast majority of residents to curb coronavirus transmission, deepening measures to stop a rapid outbreak while stopping short of a full lockdown. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images


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Medical workers wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) administer Covid-19 tests at a drive-thru testing site at the Alemany Farmers Market in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020. California Governor Gavin Newsom imposed a curfew on the vast majority of residents to curb coronavirus transmission, deepening measures to stop a rapid outbreak while stopping short of a full lockdown. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images

More than 205,000 new cases were reported Friday — which likely consists of both Thursday and Friday reports in some cases, as at least 20 states did not report Covid-19 numbers on Thanksgiving.

The US has now reported more than 100,000 infections

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The country reported more than 2,100 deaths in a single day. Things are projected to get worse


More than 2,100 Covid-19 deaths were reported in the US on Tuesday — making it the highest single day death toll the country has seen since early May.



a box truck that is sitting on the ground: A medical worker wheels the remains of a COVID-19 victim to a mobile morgue at the El Paso County Office of Medical Examiner and Forensic Laboratory on Nov. 9. County Judge Ricardo Samaniego is having to use the mobile morgues and Texas National Guard personnel to deal with a crush of local coronavirus deaths.  Syndication El Paso Times


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A medical worker wheels the remains of a COVID-19 victim to a mobile morgue at the El Paso County Office of Medical Examiner and Forensic Laboratory on Nov. 9. County Judge Ricardo Samaniego is having to use the mobile morgues and Texas National Guard personnel to deal with a crush of local coronavirus deaths. Syndication El Paso Times

The most deaths in a single day were recorded April 15 — 2,603 people.

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When cases and hospitalizations began to surge weeks ago, officials predicted deaths would soon follow. Daily cases haven’t dipped below 100,000 in three weeks. And for the 15th consecutive day, the US beat its own hospitalization record, with now more than 88,000

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Weight Loss and Obesity Management Market Forecast Revised in a New FMI Report as COVID-19 Projected to Hold a Massive Impact on Sales in 2028


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Nov 12, 2020 (MARKITWIRED via COMTEX) —
VALLEY COTTAGE, N.Y. – A recent market study published by the company – “Weight Loss and Obesity Management: Global Industry Analysis 2013 – 2017 and Forecast 2018 – 2028,” consists of a comprehensive assessment of the most important market dynamics. By conducting a thorough research on the historical as well as current growth parameters of the weight loss and obesity management market, the growth prospects of the market are obtained with maximum precision.

The report features unique and salient factors that may have a huge impact on the development of the weight loss and obesity management market during the forecast period. It can help the players to modify their manufacturing and marketing strategies to envisage maximum growth in the weight loss and obesity management in the upcoming years.

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