More than 70,450 new coronavirus cases occurred in the United States on Friday, the highest figure since July 24. According to a New York Times database. More than 900 new deaths were recorded.
At least nine states set single-day case records on Friday: Wyoming, Minnesota, Wisconsin, West Virginia, North Dakota, Indiana, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado. And by Saturday afternoon, Indiana and Ohio held records.
The virus has also been growing Globally: A record on Friday in more than 415,000 cases.
Epidemiologists have warned that about half of the states in the US are seeing an increase in contrast to prior epidemics. Eighteen states and Guam added more cases this week than any other week. The nationwide seven-day average has increased by about 8,000 daily new cases since last Friday.
The virus has been pummeling in some of the country’s least populous states, but their relatively small population numbers may confuse overall known cases. Growth in rural areas, when calculated by per capita infections, was as severe as spikes during the summer in densely populated cities in the Sun Belt.
Uncontrolled outbreak in Midwest and Mountain West Are increasing According to the Times database. Until recently, some states with the fastest growth were few, and now there is tension in rural hospitals.
per person, North dakota And South Dakota has been adding more new cases than any state since the onset of the epidemic. Wisconsin – which reported more than 4,160 new cases on Friday, a day’s record for the state – with seven of the 10 metropolitan areas with the highest rates of recent cases in the United States.
Other states with large rural areas – including Wyoming, Idaho, West Virginia, Nebraska, Iowa, Utah, Alaska, and Oklahoma – reported more cases in a seven-day stretch than any other week of the recent epidemic. Huh.
In more populous states where the case is seeing an increase, including Wisconsin and Illinois, the largest numbers are coming not from the largest population centers but from rural counties.