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US Coronavirus case increase sets new U.S. record, rising to 77K in one day

15:27  23 october  2020
15:27  23 october  2020 Source:   nbcnews.com

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New cases are rising in nearly every state. The United States reported 77,255 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, shattering its record single- day spike by nearly 10,000 The previous record of 67,791 new cases was reported just six days earlier. The U . S . has reported more than 65

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The U.S. set a record Thursday as the number of new coronavirus cases rose to over 77,000, topping the previous record in July.

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Nationwide, 77,640 new cases were reported for the day, up from the previous record of 75,723 on July 29, according to NBC News' tally.

The record-breaking daily tally comes as the total number of coronavirus cases in the country has reached nearly 8.5 million, with 224,280 deaths. There were 921 coronavirus-related deaths reported on Thursday.

Public health officials warned this week that the number of cases is rising across most of the country.

Dr. Jay Butler, deputy director for infectious diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Wednesday afternoon that the agency has noted a "distressing trend" in which coronavirus case numbers are "increasing in nearly 75 percent of the country."

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Case numbers in the United States are rising rapidly as states in the Midwest and Rocky Mountains struggle to control major New reported cases by day in the United States. Coronavirus cases have been reported in more than 21,000 nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, according

The previous record rise in new confirmed cases was recorded by the WHO just one day earlier. The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus passed 14 million on Saturday, with over 600,000 recorded deaths, according to the tally kept by US -based Johns Hopkins University.

Much of the increase is centered in the Midwest. States like Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin have recorded rises in case numbers in the last two weeks. Public health officials attribute the spikes, in part, to cooler weather that is forcing people indoors.

"Smaller, more intimate gatherings with family, friends and neighbors may be driving infections," Butler said, while also acknowledging pandemic fatigue among the public

"We get tired of wearing masks, but it continues to be as important as it's ever been," he said.

This is a developing story. Please check for updates.

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