US records 200K new Covid-19 cases in a day. Hospitalisations at all-time high
The United States seems to have lost all control over its Covid-19 outbreak.
On Tuesday, it recorded 201 961 new cases, far exceeding its previous 24-hour record.
In the 24-hour period, 1535 deaths from Covid-19 were registered, a near three-month high.
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The US has logged 10.2 million confirmed cases and a total of almost 240 000 deaths.
There are more than 60 000 people in hospital in the US right now due to Covid-19, the highest number since the start of the pandemic.
For more detail, read: US records new high of over 200 000 Covid cases in 24 hours – EWN
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