WASHINGTON, June 13 (Xinhua) – Economists have warned of rising risks, the second wave of a 19-case polio outbreak in the United States as it opens. Back across the state.



"Reopening the economy without a vaccine illustrates the risks of the second wave, which would be a huge risk to the economy," said economists at the Wells Fargo Securities Economics Group on Friday. To recover. ”

"The United States is seeing a steady increase in new cases from March to Tuesday, and the United States is reporting for Texas," the report said. Infections of a single person increased the day since the outbreak began. This is a growing case of concern for a new wave of closure. ”

Joseph Brusuelas, chief economist at accounting and consulting firm RSM US LLP, noted that cases of the disease had "spread across the southern and southern regions." At the same time, Texas now introduces the transmission wave, the largest and highest risk in Arizona.

"Based on the recent infection rate, the number of infections is likely to reach 2.2 million in the third week of June," Brusuelas wrote Friday in an analysis. "We are now concerned that one wave of infection will lead to the second wave of economics."

Maria Cosma, an economist at the Association of Economists at Moody's Analytics, warned that many cases in the United States could rise nationally and the local government would re-introduce the shutdown.

Translated by: Mao Bopha January