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US records over 1 million Covid-19 cases in past 10 days

US records over 1 million Covid-19 cases in past 10 days

The United States has recorded more than 1 million new coronavirus cases in just the past 10 days as the country’s total number of infections crossed 10 million cases amid a second wave of the pandemic. Texas alone recorded more than 1 million cases, which is a record for any state. On Wednesday, the US saw a record 136,325 new cases, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

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John W
John W 2 months

1.5 miilion tests a day equals increased cases. Deaths are not increasing accordingly. Cases were much higher like in April, just not many got tested.

Christian
Christian 2 months

The shutdown is coming and economic chaos will result from it. I bet you that the only way that you will ever be able to get a job again after the shutdown, is if they mandate everyone must get the vaccine or you can't return to the workforce. A real look at how they will slowly force their agendas and abolish our rights, using fear and economic depression to mask their interests.

chris
chris 2 months

What is the percentage comparison from testing numbers to infections of COVID from start to now? The media and government has said that they have increased the testing. So increasing testing = increased COVID positive numbers right? We would have to look at the percentages to see if we have actually got more cases, or if we are just finding more right???

BseMdl
BseMdl 2 months

🎉🎉🎉 Texas #1 🇺🇸

hooman of hoomanland
hooman of hoomanland 2 months

the state where people said COVID is a hoax just hit high score

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