Coronavirus has entered all 50 US states because now West Virginia has confirmed its first outbreak with the death of 100 Americans as announced by Gov.
Justice said the case was in the state’s eastern panhandle, but he did not provide any further information.
The report came only after the death toll from the virus reached 100 in the US.
The virus has spread throughout the US to almost 6,000 people, prompting the Trump administration to warn all Americans to remain at home as much as possible to minimize social interaction.
West Virginia has only one case of coronavirus till now, however its long run without any confirmed infections is possibly a result of a lack of testing in the particularly poor state, which has a historically weak system of health.
Illinois reported its first death on Tuesday, becoming one of 18 states announcing the death of a pandemic citizen who died of the virus.
The alarming milestone comes as a clear warning from health officials: restrict your contacts now or overwhelm the health networks that are supposed to care for you. And get used to it, it isn’t going to be done long.
Moreover, Seven million Californians were forced to isolation, countless’ non-essential’ companies were practically shut down and more cities-including New York-are proposing to implement similar initiatives to California’s.