Data released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the thirteenth day showed that the United States reported 194,610 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus on the twelfth day, setting the highest record for new confirmed cases in a day in a country for the fifth time in a row.
Data shows there were 1,147 new deaths from Coronavirus in the twelfth United States. As of the 12th, the United States had an average daily increase of more than 130,000 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the past seven days, the peak of the average daily increase in cases since the outbreak.
The 7-day average daily increase in the number of deaths from Coronavirus has also continued to rise, currently exceeding 1,100.
Epidemiological statistics released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States show that, as of the night of the 13th Eastern time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the United States exceeded 10.7 million and the cumulative number deaths exceeded 244,000.
US President Trump declared at a press conference that day that the American public could receive Coronavirus vaccine in April next year.
The latest epidemic model prediction results released by the University of Washington Institute for Health Statistics and Evaluation in the United States on the 12th show that the number of deaths from Coronavirus in the United States in a single day can reaching its peak in mid-January 2021.
with about 2,200 new cases per day; By March 2021, on March 1, the cumulative death toll could approach 440,000; If 95% of the public in the United States could wear masks, cumulative deaths could drop by 68,000 by March 1 of next year.
The number of new confirmed cases in the United States is increasing at an alarming rate, the institute said in a statement. Based on past experience in Europe, the growth rate of new dead Coronavirus could soon catch up with the growth rate of new confirmed Coronavirus.
Today, nearly every state in the US experiences a “flash wave” of corona infections in the fall and winter.