US marks record 53,069 coronavirus cases in 24 hours: tracker

US marks record 53,069 coronavirus cases in 24 hours: tracker


Washington: According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, on Thursday, the United States received more than 53,000 new cases of COVID-19 within 24 hours, which is a new record of the country’s surge in infections.

Trackers at the University of Baltimore showed that as of 8:30 pm (Friday 30:00 GMT), there were another 53,069 cases, bringing the total number of cases of arrogance to the United States to 2,735,339.

The university also recorded 649 deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 128,677.

The United States is the second consecutive day of record-breaking cases, and the United States-the most severely affected country in the coronavirus pandemic-entered the long July 4 holiday weekend.

Florida is the focus of public health experts who are worried about the surge in the number of states in the southern and western United States. There are currently more than 169,000 cases in Florida.

Governor Ron DeSantis blamed this phenomenon on the “social interaction” between parties, beaches, bars, swimming pools and young people gathered elsewhere, as well as a more “robust” test plan .

In Texas, where more than 2,500 people died in Texas, Governor Greg Abbott ordered people in counties with 20 or more cases to wear masks and ban meetings for more than 10 people.

Prior to this, Lone Star State reported 8,000 new cases on Wednesday, the latest in a series of records, a move that shocked the health authorities and caused the governor to largely stop the reopening plan that began in early May .

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