The 12 states in the U.S. account for the Just Hit Record Covid-19 case. It can be a scary 2G wave

The entire U.S. In, an outbreak of coronavirus seems bigger than before.

On Saturday, 12 states recorded a seven-day rolling average case count, according to a business insider analysis of data from the COWED tracking project compiling data from state and region-level public health officials.

New infections have been reported in Alaska, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, Oregon, South Dakota and Utah over the past seven days over a one-week period.

The U.S. has reported more than 50,000 new cases per day over the past four days. The country has not seen such a spectacle since the middle of Gust.

Case counts are high – a seven-day daily average with at least 15 new cases per 100,000 people – in 26 states, according to the analysis. The New York Times. Daily case counts are on the rise in 16 other states and Washington Washington DC.

“We’re all increasing the number of Covid-1 patients who come to our ER, who are really sick, who are hospitalized and who need intensive care,” said Megan Renny, an emergency room physician and Brown University Associate Professor, told CNN. Sunday.

“We all deeply fear that this is the beginning of another scary wave.”

Experts have long warned that the coronavirus could resurrect the fall, as children and college students return to the classroom and send people indoors from the cold weather.

The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the country’s top infectious disease specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci said the Americans “need to get the hunter down and get through this fall and winter.”

“As we arrive in the fall and we do more indoor things, we’re more likely to see optics in COVID-19,” Fochi said in a panel discussion with Harvard Medical School in September.

Daily death counts still tend to be downward. But death usually lags behind in the case count by three to four weeks, as it takes time to die from a coronavirus infection.

An impressive COVID-19 model from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington Washington School of Medicine Medicine is now projecting the death toll reaching nearly 2,300 per day in mid-January and the death toll nearly doubling. 400,000 by February.

If 95 percent of the population wears masks in public, IHME model projects, my number would be about 315,000 in February. Currently, less than 70 percent of those surveyed say they do.

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