CDC director Robert Redfield (left) says Donald Trump's closure of US borders to Europe came after "large seeding" in early March.(Reuters: Jonathan Ernst)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelThe United States was "two or three weeks" behind in recognising the coronavirus threat from Europe, according to Centers for Disease Control boss Robert Redfield.Dr Redfield said early March was the period when large-scale "seeding" of the virus took place in the world's worst-affected nation in terms of cases and fatalities.Meanwhile, the head of China's Centre for Disease Control and Prevention says he has been given a shot of a trial vaccine, while Hong Kong has banned gatherings of more than two people.This story will be updated throughout Wednesday.Wednesday's key moments:US approaches 150,000 deaths after state records brokenIndia passes 1.5 million casesJapan sees highest daily increase in casesHong Kong faces 'large-scale outbreak'Italy to extend state of emergency to mid-OctoberAndrea Bocelli broke Italy's coronavirus restrictions after testing positiveHead of Chinese CDC injected with experimental vaccineWHO says COVID-19 pandemic is 'one big wave'Real Madrid forward Mariano Diaz tested positive for COVID-19'Large seeding' of COVID-19 in US came from EuropeThe US could have reacted quicker to prevent the spread of coronavirus from Europe, the director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said.Dr Robert Redfield told ABC News America that US authorities were slow to recognise the European threat in early March. New York City was more badly hit than anywhere else in the US in the early stages of the pandemic in March and April.(AP: Craig Ruttle)"The introduction from Europe happened before we realised what was happening," Dr Redfield said."By the time we realised [the] Europe threat and shut down travel to Europe, there was probably already two or three weeks of 60,000 people coming back every day from Europe."That's where the large seeding came in the United States."US President Donald Trump has often trumpeted his decision to close travel from China on February 2 and Europe on March 13.But by early March, community transmission of the virus was already widespread in New York City, Mr Redfield said.Infected people without symptoms spread the virus, due to limited testing in the US, according to CDC research.US approaching 150,000 deaths after state records Latinos account for 46 per cent of coronavirus deaths in California.(AP: Wilfredo Lee)Another 1,244 coronavirus deaths were confirmed in the US on Tuesday, with at least 61,660 new coronavirus infections, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.The US has now seen a world-worst 149,256 deaths after 4,351,997 cases.Earlier, four US states in the south and west reported one-day records for coronavirus deaths as cases in Texas passed the 400,000 mark.Arkansas, Florida, Montana and Oregon each registered record spikes in fatalities.Texas added more than 6,000 new cases on Monday, pushing its total to 401,477, with Florida seeing its highest, single-day rise with 191 coronavirus deaths.In California, officials said Latinos,
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