In the United States, the number of newly reported cases of coronavirus infection has dropped from the previous day because another vaccine has entered the final stage of testing.
The United States reported 37,330 new cases on Wednesday, down from 39,334 on Tuesday. In the United States, a total of 6.93 million cases have been reported and more than 201,900 people have died. According to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, approximately 31.9 million people have been infected and more than 977,300 people have died globally.
Although the United States has more deaths than any other country, the proportion of deaths is not the highest. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the country’s case fatality rate is currently about 2.9%, while Mexico’s case fatality rate is only slightly higher than 1
After reaching its peak in mid-July, the daily new infection rate in the United States began to show a downward trend, but since mid-September, especially in the West, this infection rate has once again shown an upward trend. The data shows that the biggest increase is that the seven-day average number of new cases in September has been rising. The data appeared in Utah, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Oklahoma and North Dakota.
Nationally, the 7-day moving average as of Tuesday was 43,411, while the 14-day average was 40,658. Since September 15, when the 7-day average is higher than the 14-day average, it indicates that the number of cases is rising. According to Johns Hopkins (Johns Hopkins) data as of Tuesday, this is true in 33 states, down from the 44 states on Friday and Saturday. The Johns Hopkins University data did include the unusually high numbers on Monday, when Texas included a backlog of cases in its daily report.