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Of the estimated 331,002,651 Americans living in the United States, approximately 10,818,600 are infected with COVID-19, the highly infectious respiratory disease that has killed more Americans than the US conflicts in Vietnam, Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan, and World War I combined. Simple calculations show that one in 30 Americans has been infected with the virus since March.

Yesterday was the highest daily number of newly diagnosed cases in the US with 181,194 reported cases. With daily increasing numbers, etc.ne out of 378 people in the US have tested positive COVID-19 last week.

“More than one in 5,000 Americans are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 as the virus continues to spread across the country at an unprecedented rate,” Newsweek reported yesterday. “Of those admitted to the hospital, 13,132 are said to have been in intensive care units, while 3,769 were on ventilators.”

“Several modeling predictions cited by the CDC predict a likely increase in hospital admissions as the virus continues to spread. An increase of between 3,200 and 19,000 additional daily hospital admissions is expected by December 7,” the publication said.

Winter is expected to worsen the pandemic as the cold weather moves people indoors and they congregate for holidays like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years, although the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not recommend it to have.


Another really terrible day. We reached 181,194 new US coronavirus cases in a single day.

A month ago the daily numbers were below 60,000.

Since then, 1 in 113 people in this country has been identified as a new infection. Https://t.co/74QzWYbn1p pic.twitter.com/tvkkuxb1lo

– Mike Baker (@ByMikeBaker) November 14, 2020

U.S. Coronavirus Deaths for Each Day in November:

November 1: 402
November 2: 567
November 3: 1.004
November 4: 1,571
November 5: 1,369
November 6: 1,185
November 7: 878
November 8: 683
November 9: 789
November 10: 1.305
November 11: 1,534
November 12: 1,136
November 13: 1,270

– NBC News (@NBCNews) November 14, 2020

In less than two weeks, the number of our cases has more than doubled every day. Crazy. https://t.co/YkNzZOrjUU

– Mehdi Hasan (@mehdirhasan), November 14, 2020

»MOTHER OF GOD – El Paso’s nurse tells the terrible story of the hospital situation. There is a COVID room nicknamed “Pit” that no doctors enter. Patients receive only 3 CPR cycles. Patients are sent there just to wait, code, and die. Nobody survived “the pit”. # COVID19 pic.twitter.com/vvih3rVzPL

– Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) November 14, 2020

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