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US closes in on 200,000 new daily coronavirus cases

The Johns Hopkins University coronavirus tracker has indicated that the US is closing in on 200,000 new daily coronavirus cases.

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Published Sat, Nov 21 2020 4:35 AM CST

The United States has broken its record for the most new coronavirus cases recorded in a single day.

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According to the Johns Hopkins University coronavirus tracker, the United States has topped its last record for most new coronavirus cases recorded in a 24 hour period. The last record the US had was 177,224 new COVID-19 in a day, and now on November 19th, the tracker is indicating that the record has been broken with 187,833 new COVID-19 cases.

On top of breaking the record for new daily COVID-19 cases, the US has recorded the most deaths in 24 hours since May, with 2,015 deaths on Thursday, November 19th. According to the COVID Tracking Project, the US has recorded the most hospitalizations this month since the beginning of the pandemic, with more than 80,000 people hospitalized. If you are interested in reading more about this story, check out this link here.

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