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World Coronavirus Cases Are Rising Again in States Where They Previously Peaked

21:35  21 september  2020
21:35  21 september  2020 Source:   newsweek.com

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Cases of COVID-19 are spiking in several states that previously saw their peak . According to a tracking map published by the New York Among states that have seen a rise in cases , North Dakota and Wisconsin have yet to see a peak in the number of cases but have reported a continuous increase.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to rise in U.S. states that were among the first and most aggressive to reopen, leading some While new cases are on the decline in once hot spots like New York state , cases are on the rise in places like Texas and Arizona with the U.S. still seeing

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Cases of COVID-19 are spiking in several states that previously saw their peak.

According to a tracking map published by the New York Times Monday, at least eight states have reported over 10,000 new cases over the past week, among them Texas, California, Florida, Illinois, Wisconsin, Georgia, Tennessee and Missouri.

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Even though news of states hitting record levels of coronavirus cases day after day might make it seem like the U.S. is headed for a second wave of the virus New infections peaked around 36,000 cases a day in April, according to New York Times data, and over the last month the number of new

According to the map, there were over 32,000 new cases in Texas over the past week, over 24,000 in California, over 19,000 in Florida, 13,000 in Illinois, 12,000 in Wisconsin, and between 10,000 to 11,000 in Georgia, Tennessee and Missouri.

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Another such is the coronavirus ’s dreaded “ peak .” While the definition of “ peak ” might be obvious, it’s useful to understand how that is being applied to To assess the state of an epidemic, epidemiologists map out a curve by plotting the number of new cases over time. “An epidemic curve is exactly what

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The map also shows at least 16 states seeing a rise in cases over the past week while also reporting a daily average of at least 15 new cases per 100,000 people. Those states are North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Utah, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, Tennessee, Nebraska, Kansas, Alabama, Montana, Idaho, South Carolina and Texas.

Among states that have seen a rise in cases, North Dakota and Wisconsin have yet to see a peak in the number of cases but have reported a continuous increase. On the other hand, states like South Carolina, Utah and California, have reached their peak, but also have reported an increasing number of cases in the past weeks. Former virus epicenters, including New York and New Jersey, have also seen a slight increase in cases, after previously reporting a decline over the past few months.

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The rise comes as countries continue to ease restrictions. The WHO also says the pandemic has not yet New York, New Jersey and Connecticut ask people arriving from nine other US states to As lockdown measures are relaxed across Europe, coronavirus cases are on the rise again in some

(CNN) The United States now has the highest number of known cases of coronavirus in the world with more than 82,000, according to CNN's tally of The US cases piled up Thursday, surpassing China and Italy. The per capita rate of cases varies because of the countries' vast differences in population.

Johns Hopkins University has been tracking the rate of positive coronavirus tests in all 50 states. According to its findings, the rate is currently over 15 percent in Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

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The United States surpassed two million coronavirus cases on Wednesday, according to a New York Times database, which showed that the outbreak Despite improvement in states that were initially hit hard, such as New York, new hot spots have emerged in others, including Arizona, where an increase

The U.S. remains the country with the most confirmed cases of COVID-19. California has the most confirmed cases among all states, with over 786,000. Following it is Texas, with over 713,000, Florida (over 685,000), and New York (over 449,000).

Despite a number of mitigation efforts imposed in states across the country, such as mask wearing and social distancing, the U.S. is currently reporting far more cases per day compared to spring months.

The map from the New York Times shows the U.S. reporting between 38,000 to 42,000 cases per day since the start of September. In comparison, throughout April and May, daily case counts remained between 18,000 to 30,000.

The increase in cases in several states comes as medical professionals warn U.S. citizens of another wave of cases in the fall and winter months.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, recently urged Americans to "hunker down and get through this fall and winter because it's not going to be easy."

In August, Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said that America is bracing for "the worst fall, from a public health perspective, we've ever had."

Newsweek reached out to the Department of Health and Human Services for comment but did not receive a response in time for publication.

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