The United States registered a total of 101,171 new #COVID19 cases on Friday, the highest record since early February. The new figure brought the seven-day average daily increase of cases to 72,493, also the highest since mid February, data from the US CDC showed.
New hospital admissions in the US due to COVID-19 rose +44.4% from a week ago, to their highest level since February 17.
The US had +101,098 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 yesterday, the highest number since February 12, bringing the total to nearly 35.7 million. The 7-day moving average rose to 76,995 new cases per day.
Multiple law enforcement agencies have spent days searching for the 5-year-old boy last seen Tuesday evening.
Predicted new Delta cases on Sunday will be the first indication of whether southeast Queensland’s snap lockdown may last beyond Tuesday.
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BREAKING: The three men accused of killing #Ahmaud Arbery have been indicted by a grand jury in Georgia and formally charged with 9 counts each, including malice murder and felony murder. Arbery died after being shot while jogging in February.
Trump knew in February. He knew that COVID-19 passes through the air. He knew it is deadlier than the flu. He knew it is dangerous to more than just our elderly and vulnerable. He purposely downplayed the pandemic. And now, 190,000 Americans are dead.