A new report by NBC News has found that these six states have set new records for single-day increases.
The coronavirus is still running rampart in the United States, and now reports are coming out about six specific states that have set new records for largest single-day increases. According to a report from NBC News, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma and West Virginia have set new records for single-day increases.
Additionally, the report also revealed that Ohio Governor, Mike DeWine, said, "We're sick of wearing masks, we're sick of all of this, and I get it, but we've got to hang in there for our kids. We've got to hang in there for ourselves . . . The best [way] to summarize it I think is that people are simply not being cautious." If you are interested in finding out what the new record is for each of the mentioned states, check out the entirety of this article.
- Missouri: Almost 3,000
- Montana: 722
- North Dakota: 656
- Ohio: 1,840
- Oklahoma: 1,524
- West Virginia: 382
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