Washington: According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, the United States recorded a record number of coronavirus cases for the third consecutive day on Friday, with 77,638 new infections recorded within 24 hours.
According to statistics from the University of Baltimore, there were also 927 deaths in the country in one day. This is the University of Baltimore’s statistics at 8:30 pm (Saturday: 00:30 GMT).
The country is definitely the country hardest hit by the coronavirus in the world, causing 139,128 deaths among the 3.64 million confirmed cases.
Experts believe that the United States has never gotten rid of the first wave of infections, and the number of cases has increased sharply in recent weeks, especially in southern and western states, which have lifted restrictions as soon as possible.
In California, Los Angeles County reported 4,592 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, a single-day record.
“Without aggressive action on the part of every person, we will not get back to slowing the spread,” Barbara Ferrer, the county public health director, said in a statement.
In Texas and Arizona, which are dealing with a surge in virus cases and deaths, authorities are introducing refrigerated trucks to deal with the number of dead bodies.