Covid-19 Coronavirus Cases Surge In The U.S.

On Monday, the U.S. recorded 69,417 new coronavirus infections with a seven-day rolling average of 66,159, the highest figure in about a monthOn Monday, just 701 COVID-19-related fatalities were reported, which is the lowest number reported this month, a DailyMail.com analysis revealed
Daily Mail: US records 66,000 average new coronavirus cases – the highest number in a MONTH as infections rise in half of states with the biggest spikes seen in New York, New Jersey and Michigan
* On Monday, the U.S. recorded 69,417 new coronavirus infections with a seven-day rolling average of 66,159, the highest figure in about a month * In the last week, the average number of cases has risen by 24%, according to an analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University * Despite an average of 2.7 million people being vaccinated every day, 25 states and the District of Columbia are reporting a rise in cases, according to Johns Hopkins data * Michigan is leading average new cases with a 14% rise over the past week and a 208% increase over the past month * Cases in New York have risen by nearly 10% over the previous week and the test positivity rate has remained above 3% for the last month * New Jersey recorded 346.4 cases per 100,000 people over the last seven days, the highest rate in the nation, according to the CDC
Coronavirus cases continue to rise across the United States, fueling fears of a fourth wave as officials urge Americans to keep following public health measures.
On Monday, the U.S. recorded 69,417 new infections with a seven-day rolling average of 66,159, the highest figure in about a month. In the last week alone, the average number of cases has risen by 24 percent, according to a DailyMail.com analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University.
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More News On The Covid-19 coronavirus Pandemic In The U.S.
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Covid cases, vaccinations on the rise as U.S. officials urge continued caution — CNBC
'We're skating on a knife's edge right now': Scientists worry US could be headed for yet another COVID-19 surge — USA Today
As Covid-19 numbers rise, the CDC chief says she's scared about where US is headed. But it's not too late to change country's course — CNNOriginal Article

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