According to a report by the U.S. media on the 13th, it took 268 days to reach the first 8 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States, and the second 8 million cases took only 57 days.
At present, an average of nearly 100 Americans die of COVID-19 every hour in the United States, and the COVID-19 epidemic continues to worsen.
In addition, ABC reported on the 13th that the average number of new deaths in the United States is close to 2,400 in a single day, which exceeds the record set in April this year.
16,653 deaths have been reported in the past seven days alone, which means that nearly 100 Americans die of COVID-19 every hour. The number of hospitalizations for COVID-19 in the United States has reached a record again.
According to CNN, according to the data of the “Tracking the Epidemic in the United States” launched by Atlantic Monthly, 108,487 hospitalizations of COVID-19 were reported in the United States on the 12th, a record high.
This is also the 11 consecutive days in the United States with more than 100,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations.
New infections in many states in the United States have also reached a record high.
According to CNN, according to data released by the California Public Health Department, California added 35,729 new infections on the 12th, breaking the highest number of new cases in the state in a single day since the outbreak.
In addition, New Jersey reported a record high of 6,247 new infections on the 12th.