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CDC: Most COVID-19 cases in New York City in March

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Topic: CDC: Most COVID-19 cases in New York City in March
Posted By: zhuyon
Subject: CDC: Most COVID-19 cases in New York City in March
Date Posted: 13 Jan 2021 at 8:59am
As many as 75 percent of the coronavirus strains circulating in New York City in early March were genetically similar to those in other parts of Europe and North America, according to an analysis released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control.Control and Prevention.The findings are important because they are based on samples from the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which were collected from patients in five hospitals in the city who were deliberately selected because the patients were "high-usage" spokesmen "for" self-identified Chinese ".The results of the CDC analysis are similar to those of a study published in Science in June, which found that virus samples collected from 84 patients in New York City between March 9 and March 14 were traced back to cases in the United States in Europe and elsewhere.A similar analysis, also published in Science in June, found at least seven different coronavirus strains circulating in California, suggesting that the outbreak could come from a variety of sources, including overseas travellers and visitors from other US states, say the authors.



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Posted By: laipi.gou
Date Posted: 14 Jan 2021 at 8:59am
Ryan Panchadsaram, who runs  https://www.covidexitstrategy.org/" rel="nofollow - Covid Exit Strategy https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/16/us-coronavirus-data-has-already-disappeared-after-trump-administration-shifted-control-from-cdc-to-hhs.html?__source=sharebar%7Ctwitter&par=sharebar" rel="nofollow - told CNBC  that they regularly use the CDC's data, but on Tuesday, "We were surprised because the modules that we normally go to were empty. The data wasn’t available and not there. There was no warning.”



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