A new record of diagnosed cases in a single day in the United States
In the United States, 969 people died of new coronary pneumonia on July 16, the largest increase since June 10. The 77217 cases newly diagnosed on the 16th also exceeded the 69,070 cases last Friday, setting a record. The largest single-day increase in confirmed cases of new crowns occurred in Florida, South Carolina and Texas.
Experts warn that as the number of confirmed cases has recently reached a new high, the number of hospitalizations in many states has also risen alarmingly, and this number may rise sharply in the future.
The daily number of deaths due to New Coronary Pneumonia in the United States reached its peak in April. At that time, the average number of deaths in the United States was 2,000 per day. After that, the number of deaths gradually declined. In May, the average number of deaths was 1,300. In June, it was less than 800. In July, it rose again in July.
At present, the United States is increasingly divided on the issues of reopening schools and enterprises and wearing masks in public places, which hinders the country's joint efforts to fight the new crown epidemic.
The United States is currently the country most affected by the new crown epidemic in the world. Fuch, a top American infectious disease expert and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said that if Americans do not unite to take the necessary measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, the country’s daily new cases may soon exceed 10 Ten thousand people.
According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States has reached 3,562,621, and the number of deaths has reached 138,358.