Hospitals have been told to send coronavirus data to Washington, not CDC.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will no longer ‘control’ the coronavirus data collection network in hospitals around the country, a United States Senator. Tuesday night was confirmed by Health and Human Services.

The New York Times reported earlier Tuesday that it had directed the administrative offices to bypass the CDC and send the COVID-19 patient details to Washington’s central database at the beginning of Wednesday to lift health experts’ fears that it would be politized or declined to be used.

Michael Caputo, US Public Policy Assistant Secretary Health and Human Services department, said in a declaration that it would be faster.

He said the CDC has a lag in records of hospital data for around a week.

“The new faster, more comprehensive data system is the key to defeat coronavirus in our country, and it will definitely include CDC, an HHS organizational agency, in this streamlined, government-wide response,” said Caputo. “They probably won’t regulate it anymore,” he said. 

TheTimes said the HHS database which collects new information is not available to the public, which may have an effect on CDC prediction and decision-making by researchers, modelers, and health officials.

The Times reported Caputo will still release results.

“For months, the Coronavirus task force president called for improvements, but can not keep up with the pandemic,” said Caputo. “Currently, only 85% of hospitals are still accredited by the CDC; the COVID response of the President needs 100% to report.”.

Critics have accused President Donald Trump of trying to reduce the severity of the coronavirus pandemic and of encouraging countries to reopen, even though the virus remains a threat. Critics are not.

The editorial of The Washington Post on Tuesday called “We were running the CDC. Neither the President nor Trump has ever politicized his research” was provided by four previous CDC executives.

In the op-ed “political leader and other groups seeking to destroy the centers, Tom Frieden, Jeffrey Koplan, David Satcher, and Richard Besser have warned.”

The administration has written that the CDC’s proposals are widely challenged and statements about the reopening of schools have been stressed.

More than 3.4 million COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the United States as of Tuesday, with more than 137,000 disease-related deaths.

In many states, it has been controversial to open public schools in the autumn with increasing cases.

Trump and his government have been urging schools to reopen completely in recent years, with the president claiming that Democrats want schools to remain closed in order to harm his reelection opportunities.

In the two largest school districts in Los Angeles, California, and San Diego, on Tuesday, students will not be open at the beginning of the academic year, citing “skyrocketing” coronavirus rises.


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