New York, December 3rd – The latest statistics on the coronavirus epidemic released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States on the 3rd show that the cumulative number of confirmed cases in the United States exceeds 14 million.
As of 14:26 EST on the 3rd (3:26 Beijing time on the 4th), there are 1,401278 confirmed cases and 274,648 deaths in the United States. The United States has the highest cumulative number of confirmed cases and deaths in the world.
At present, the state with the highest cumulative confirmed cases in the United States is California, with 127,722 cases; followed by Texas with 1,270,537 cases. The cumulative confirmed cases in Florida exceed 1.01 million, Illinois exceeds 750,000, and New York exceeds 660,000. Also states with more than 400,000 confirmed cases are Georgia, Ohio, Wisconsin and Michigan.
The number of new confirmed cases in the United States in a single day is currently rising rapidly. Since November 3, the number of new cases in the United States has remained above 100,000 for 30 consecutive days. According to the data, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in the United States exceeded 10 million on November 9, 11 million on November 15, 12 million on November 21, and 13 million on November 27, with an average of 1 million new confirmed cases every six days.
The data are from data from various regions of the United States that are aggregated in real time by the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 research project.