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US pandemic continues to worsen Experts: it will get worse in the future

Around 1.2 million cases of Coronavirus death worldwide. will be quarantined due to contact with infected people

Currently Coronavirus pandemic in various parts of United States is showing a major outbreak. 

There were more than 99,000 new cases in a single day in the United States on October 30, breaking a global record. 

US experts said that from the current trend, the situation may be worse in the future.

US Consumer News and Business Channel reported on October 31 that according to data from

Johns Hopkins University, the top five new confirmed cases in a single day in the

United States were

reported within the past 8 days.

October 30 The number of new cases in a single day is close to 100,000. In the past 7 days, the United States has an average of more than 78,000 new confirmed cases every day, an increase of nearly 25% from the previous week, and once again set the record for the highest number of new confirmed cases in the 7 days since the outbreak. 

Recently, the Coronavirus pandemic in United States has continued to worsen. 

At the same time, the number of new coronary pneumonia cases reported in 43 states across the United States in the past 7 days has increased by at least 10% compared with the previous week.

CNN quoted a U.S. medical expert on October 31 and reported that in the United States today, an average of one person

is diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia every second, and an average of one American

dies of new coronary pneumonia every two minutes.

This number continues to increase.

With the surge in confirmed cases, hospitals are facing increasing pressure. Data show that on October 30th, more than

46,000 people were hospitalized in

United States, a record high.

The number of new hospitalizations reported by 14 states broke the record.

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