The United States raises more than 100,000 epidemics by the fifth day
Issued by Darren Sands, Jacqueline Dubree and Meryl Cornfield
For the fifth day in a row, the United States reported more than 100,000 infections, with 30 states reporting new cases for an average of seven days.
Monday marks the third highest day of the year, with 118,953, available only on Saturdays and Fridays. Information Compiled by The Washington Post. As the virus spreads rapidly across the states of Great Lakes and Mountain West, the greatest concentration of new cases is in the Midwestern states, with North Dakota and South Dakota leading. Seven states, including Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee, recorded new rises to daily epidemics on Monday, while West Virginia recorded its highest death toll since the outbreak.
Hospital admissions are not ideal: Nearly 59,000 people in hospitals across the United States are battling the virus. There have not been a similar number of Kovit-19 patients admitted to the hospital in the country since late July. Forty-five states have a higher average Govt-19 inpatient population than there was a week ago.
The number of cases was 9 million 10 days ago. Now, the country has counted at least 10,086,506 cases and at least 238,000 deaths. In comparison, it took three months for the epidemic to reach 1 million cases from zero. In the last seven days, the country has registered less than 800,000 new cases.