Wednesday, June 10, 2020

US Sees Lowest Number of New Coronavirus Cases in Ages; (Study) Blood Type May Determine Severity of C-Virus Cases, and Other C-Virus Updates

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The lowest number of new coronavirus cases in the United States since March 25 was observed on Monday, showing a downward trend across the country.
About 17,250 cases of coronavirus were reported on Monday, the lowest number of new cases since about 11,919 cases were reported at the end of March, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
This is seemingly good news for the country with the highest number of confirmed cases and deaths from coronavirus.
As of Tuesday morning, there have been 1.9 million cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. and 111,014 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins.
Although the number of new cases across the country as a whole is trending downward, there are still many states that have reported an uptick in new cases, The Wall Street Journal reported.
In North Carolina, more people were hospitalized with COVID-19 on Monday than any other day during the pandemic.
An outbreak in Vermont also led to at least 62 new infections.
Meanwhile, the number of COVID-19 cases in Arkansas increased by 450 on Saturday, Forbes reported.
Confirmed cases also rose in California, Utah, Arizona, Florida and Texas over the weekend, according to the Johns Hopkins five-day moving average.
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