Covid-19 Cases Are Now Widespread Across The U.S.

The number of new cases surged to a record high of 187,833 yesterday and more than 80,600 patients are now hospitalized across the country

Daily deaths surged to 2,015 yesterday – the highest number of fatalities per day since back in May during the initial peak of the virus 

 * The number of new cases surged to a record high of 187,833 yesterday and more than 80,600 patients are now hospitalized across the country 
 * Daily deaths surged to 2,015 yesterday – the highest number of fatalities per day since back in May during the initial peak of the virus 
 * A map, which was created by US government health officials, shows the number of COVID-19 infections per capita on a county level for last week 
 * The entire country is blanketed in red, which indicates that at least some counties in every state are reporting more than 200 cases per 100,000 residents 
 * The hard-hit Midwest is almost entirely a dark red – meaning counties in those states have more than 500 COVID-19 cases per capita 
 * It comes as public health officials, including Dr Anthony Fauci and Dr Deborah Birx, sounded the alarm over the rate of new infections 
 * Pfizer said it will apply for emergency use authorization of its COVID-19 vaccine with the FDA today – a major step toward providing protection against the coronavirus for pandemic-weary Americans 
 * Airlines say a record number of Americans are canceling flights following the CDC’s guidance yesterday warning against travel for Thanksgiving 
An alarming new red wave map shows just how widespread COVID-19 has become across the United States as cases and hospitalizations surge to record highs and the daily death toll increases to levels not seen since May. 
The number of new cases surged to a record high of 187,833 yesterday and more than 80,600 patients are now hospitalized across the country. Daily deaths surged to 2,015 – the highest number of fatalities per day since back in May during the initial peak of the virus. 
The map, which was created by US government health officials, shows the number of COVID-19 infections per capita on a county level for last week. 
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