US Election Day sets a new record for confirmed cases, and another 140,000 deaths could be added before the inauguration of the President
The latest data from Johns Hopkins University shows that there were 91,530 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the
United States on November 3 Presidential Election Day, the second highest record ever.
As of now, the United States has an average of 86,300 confirmed cases of Coronavirus. 21 states reported an average of seven days on November 3 to increase the number of confirmed cases and hit a new high.
36 states reported an increase in the hospitalization rate of Coronavirus patients by at least 5%. The western region is particularly serious.
Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, Wyoming and other states all have record hospitalization rates. A record high.
The Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation of the University of Washington predicts that the rising hospitalization rate may indicate that another 140,000 people in the United States will die of Coronavirus before the president’s inauguration day on January 20 next year.