Mohr Rollbacks, Arizona, CBS discussed on Total Information AM

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States set new virus records Things were getting worse tonight, getting better. Vaccine progress. This is the letter T end of the tunnel President on blacks killed by police. So are white people, more white people, by the way, Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up. The Sunshine State in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary There is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down out West. It is a similar story in Los Angeles County. Listen to what the LeMay said. Red is when it's everything shuts down again. Everything I do want to warn people that were close to that. The director of the CDC, Dr Robert Redfield, warns that the worst may still be ahead when the pandemic combines with the flu season. I do think the fall and the winter of 2020 and 2021 are going to be probably one of the most difficult times that we've experienced. Experts say the U. S should test four million people a day to help control the virus. That's five times mohr than right now. CBS Ebola Langi takes us to a testing facility in Arizona. We need extraordinary solutions, and we need to be able to do that quickly. Dr. Brian codename is the scientific medical director. It's Sonora Quest. His lab handles nearly half of all the Corona virus tests in the state of Arizona. We are working on available to increase up to 30 to 50,000 tests per day after a brief dip on Monday Case numbers shot up in Arizona on Tuesday with an additional 4273 new cases reported and 92 deaths. As demand for tests has surged in recent weeks. So have the wait times to get results. The average wait time for a non priority patient is now seven days figure, Dr Kodama admits is a problem. Eventually, we're going to get down to within.

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