Wisconsin reports record 5,953 COVID-19 cases Wednesday

Wisconsin reports record 5,953 COVID-19 cases Wednesday

The United States reported its second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases on Election Day as over 91,000 new cases were reported on Tuesday.

Note: According to MDH - "Because all data are preliminary, the change in number of cumulative positive cases and deaths from one day to the next may not equal the newly reported cases or deaths".

On Wednesday, 444 new cases were reported, as well as 8 further deaths.

Coronavirus deaths are trending higher but not at the same rate as cases.

Almost 9.5 million people in the US have been diagnosed with the virus, and the number of confirmed deaths from the disease is nearing 234,000. MI noticed greater than four, 000 new circumstances for the primary time and IN was not too far behind, with three, 756. The state's cases per 100,000 population is 3,269.84.

Yesterday was a particularly bad day for COVID-19 deaths, with the virus claiming four lives in less than 24 hours.

There is now a total of 63,483 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Ireland.

In addition to rising cases, on Tuesday hospitalizations topped 50,000 for the first time in three months.

COVID-19 has claimed 1 more live in Douglas County.

In June, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the Nationwide Institute of Allergy and Infectious Ailments, informed a Senate panel that the US may attain 100,000 each day circumstances, after expressing concern about rising new circumstances throughout the summer season.

In recent weeks new hot spots have emerged in places including the rural upper Midwest and along the U.S. -Mexico border El Paso, where Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has sent additional medical personnel and equipment.

Despite that, polling showed United States voters did not turn on President Donald Trump for his handling of the pandemic - a time that saw more than 233,000 American lives lost and more than nine million people infected. Particularly alarming is that the northeast section of the beginning to see an increase in new cases after seemingly getting the virus under control.