U.S. counts 13M COVID-19 cases, its fourth million-milestone of November
More than 3.8 million people have contracted the disease since the start of the month.
Joe MurphyThe U.S. reached 13 million diagnosed cases of COVID-19 on Friday, another milestone in a month riddled with them.It was the fourth such marker the country has counted in November, which has seen 3.8 million cases of the coronavirus. The U.S. is on pace to tally more than 4 million cases this month alone, more than doubling the previous record of 1.9 million cases set in October.
More than 264,000 people in the U.S. have died of the disease according to NBC News’ count.The U.S. crossed the 12 million-case threshold less than a week ago, on Nov. 21.The most-recent million was driven by surging case counts in Texas and Illinois, each which saw more than or close to 80,000 new cases in the previous six days. More than half the states counted 10,000-plus cases in that time.Read more: »
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I know a couple cases that were counted as COVID-19 deaths that were no way COVID-19 related deaths! Donald said YOU WON’T HEAR ANYTHING ABOUT CORONAVIRUS AFTER THE ELECTION But today’s US Death total 269,644 He IGNORES the DAILY Moms, Dads & Kids Body Counts caused by HIS INCOMPETENCE in directing the Crisis Response! Sadly they are gone & can no longer speak out However WE CAN
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