Number of COVID-19 infections reaches daily record in US
New daily cases of COVID-19 in the United States surpassed a total 128,000 on Saturday as the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Information Center estimates that many States have the greatest amount of positive infections since the pandemic started.
There were no indications that the virus is easing on Sunday evening, with the latest results.
The new cases of COVID-19 exceeded 100,000 in the country on Sunday was the fifth straight day, according to the results.
At least 105,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded on Sunday, down a day earlier than in the regular record.
More than 715,000 people have screened the virus positively in the last week alone, according to reports.
On Monday morning, President-elect Joe Biden revealed his advisory board for transfer to COVID-19.
Three copresidents are chaired by the task force: former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, former Commissioner on Food and Drugs, Dr David Kessler and Professor of Medicine at Yale University, Dr Marcella Nunez-Smith.
Biden said defeating the virus would be his administration's highest priority in his victory speech on Saturday night.
"Our job, folks, starts with the regulated regeneration of COVID. We do not have the ability to restore the economy and reestablish vitality and to celebrate the most significant moments of the life – hugging our daughters, our grandchildren, our birthdays.
PHOTO: Patients at the United Memorial Medical Center (CMC) in Houston, Oct. 31 2020 at COVID-19 Intensive Care Department (ICU).
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The task force is made up of leading scholars, scientists and experts who will focus on creating a "action blueprint" to combat the virus from 20 January, the first day of the administration of Biden.
Biden said This proposal would be designed on the basis of fundamental science.
"It will be constructed out of compassion, empathy and concern. I will spare no effort, none, or any commitment to turn around this pandemic."
The ABC News/Ipsos survey of late September found that the treatment by President Donald Trump of the COVID-19 crisis in the US is not appropriate by 650 per cent of Americans.
Sunday, over 50 million coronavirus infections worldwide, and deaths from the infection rose to 1,255 1,851 when a second outbreak of the virus, according to Johns Hopkins, was scratched by countries such as France and Germany.
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Complete COVID-19 cases in the United States exceeded Sunday's $10 million, although national mortality increased to 237,564.
In all areas of the world the number of COVID-related hospitals has also grown and is now similar to those seen in spring and summer.
On Saturday, many states registered high cases all-time.
PHOTO: On Friday morning, 6 November 2020 a Curative Mobile Research Van COVID-19 drives H Street off White House, Washington.
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The latest COVID-19 cases recorded in Illinois were 12, 438, the largest number daily since the pandemic started.
Health authorities in Illinois have since confirmed another 76 deaths.
Officials said that in certain regions of Illinois admissions in the last 30 days had doubled or tripled.
On Friday Gov. J.B. Pritzker in Illinois called for people to carry masks while civic and social distance is exercised.
In order to handle the the amount of incidents, the governor cautioned that tougher preventive steps, such as his home-stay directives back in the spring, would need to be implemented.
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"It's the last thing I want to do but I'm ready to do it," said Pritzker.
The rates of climbing infections often reel other nations.
On Saturday, Wisconsin recorded 7,065 new cases for a new high of 1 day and a total of 263,130 cases after a pandemic began.
According to state health authorities, nearly 4.8 per cent of COVID-19 patients in Wisconsin needed to be hospitalized.
For the fourth consecutive day Indiana also smashed its mark in the case of a new COVID-19 case as 5,007 new cases were registered Friday.
On Friday, State health authorities registered an additional 43 dead from the virus and announced an all-time peak of 2.036 in hospitalizations.
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Ohio also said on Friday that it had crossed for the first time 5,000 new regular events.
The overall number of successful cases in the state has now crossed 240,000 and on Friday fatalities have risen by 33.
According to the Ohio Department of Health, over 5,490 people have been killed by coronavirus in the state.
The latest Ohio figures were announced just days after Gov. Mike DeWine called in an open letter for people to unite in battling a "common enemy." independent of their political allegiance.
The Republican governor urged Ohioans to quickly combine together and work on battling the virus and added, "Time is not on our side."
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