COVID-19 cases declining in Arizona, California, Texas & Florida but rising across the Midwest

New COVID-19 cases are down over the US about 12% on normal in the course of the most recent seven days contrasted with the earlier week, however the country is as yet averaging in excess of 900 passings every day. New cases are down in Arizona about 36%, California and Texas have seen a diminishing of 29%, and Florida’s numbers are down 26%. New cases are ascending in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas and North Dakota, every one of which is encountering its pinnacle seven-day normal for day by day new cases.

North Dakota asserted the mantle of the state with the most noteworthy per capita pace of new cases in the US with a seven-day normal of 28.10 new cases per 100,000. Iowa and Kansas both saw record highs on Wednesday for new cases revealed. On Wednesday, the US announced 44,109 cases and 1,222 passings. The quantity of passings identified with the COVID-19 in the US were 180,000 on Thursday. More than 5.8 million cases have been accounted for.