Overall number of daily new cases is still way too high as the US faces a trio of major challenges this fall

In more than 2 dozen states, the quantity of new COVID-19 cases diminished this previous week contrasted with the earlier week. Yet, in a large number of those same states, testing has likewise diminished. Furthermore, the general number of every day new cases is still excessively high as the US faces a trio of significant difficulties this fall; upcoming flu season, colder weather & academic struggles. 34,450 new cases were accounted across the country on Sunday. That is better than the mid year top in late July, when the US had in excess of 60,000 new cases a day.

However, across the country, testing is down 10% this previous week contrasted with the earlier week. We never truly got the cases down. Keep in mind, we were discussing 35,000 cases per day. Today, we’re probably going to hit more than 40,000 cases every day. Back in April, we had 22,000 cases per day. Specialists says we’re going to see this sort of here and there, all over. However, each time it goes up, it goes somewhat higher. Each opportunity it descends, it doesn’t descend as far.