Number Of New Daily Coronavirus Cases Nears 46000 Setting Another Record

Monday, 29 Jun, 2020

However, officials warned anyone who was at the establishment between June 12 to June 20 to also self-quarantine.On Monday, the restaurant announced it would close the restaurant to install air purifying technology in the HVAC system.2:20 p.m.: SC reports highest number of new COVID casesSouth Carolina recorded its single highest number of new COVID-19 cases, with 1,599 new confirmed cases, according to the state's department of health.The previous high was 1,293.There were also 15 new confirmed deaths and two probable deaths related to COVID-19.The total number of confirmed cases now stands at 31,850, while confirmed deaths reached 707.

For the third day in a row USA cases hit a new high, with over 45,000 reported on Saturday.

Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee announced Saturday he's hitting the pause button on the state's reopening plan due to rising cases. Miami-Dade County alone reported 1,366 new cases, Broward County reported 726 new cases, and Palm Beach County reported 430 new cases.

Hard-hit Italy, meanwhile, registered the lowest day-to-day tally of COVID-19 deaths Saturday in nearly three months. Statewide, about 7.2 percent of people tested have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Republican governors in Texas and Florida defied encouragement from Donald Trump to reopen their economies.

Texas Gov. Greg Abott told ABC-7 he regretted opening bars earlier.

The governor of Texas has now paused further economic reopening phases. "Now, seeing in the aftermath of how quickly the coronavirus spread in the bar setting".

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said at a press conference on Friday that he does not believe instituting state mask regulation is the right decision.

In Hidalgo County, Texas, officials Thursday imposed a curfew from 10 p.m.to 6 a.m. for those 17 and under and 11 p.m.to 5 a.m. for those above 18.

There are now more than 132,000 reported cases of the coronavirus in the Sunshine State, with 3,390 deaths.

US States Reporting Record Cases of COVID-19
Texas, Arizona, and Florida face hurdles to limit the spread of coronavirus

The total number of cases in Palm Beach County has now reached 12,928, and two new cases were reported in Monroe County for a total of 204.

Texas had been among the most aggressive states in easing curbs but its strategy has backfired with a surge in several daily records in the number of new infections.

Meanwhile, European Union officials said travelers from the U.S., Russian Federation and a number of other countries that have not reduced their COVID-19 infections would likely not be allowed into EU countries when the bloc reopens July 1. The Florida PIO Deployment Team said that it would keep processing those already in line until 5 p.m. and it would reopen Sunday.

Also reporting record rises in cases this week were Alabama, Arizona, California, Georgia, Idaho, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wyoming.

Those entering the Cathedral must follow strict COVID-19 CDC guidelines including social distancing and wearing a face mask during the services.

"Every epidemiologist was telling, screaming as loud as we could, that three weeks after Memorial Day, we'd have a peak in the cases, and five weeks after Memorial Day we'd begin to see a peak in hospitalizations and deaths", epidemiologist Larry Brilliant told CNN on Thursday night.

Utah has reported 20,218 COVID-19 cases and 166 deaths from the virus, according to the New York Times analysis.

But the country gradually lifted restrictions from April to try to revive its sanctions-hit economy.

In Michigan, health officials recently linked 51 COVID-19 cases to Harper's Restaurant and Brew Pub in East Lansing. - They are itching for a good time after months of lockdown, and may the coronavirus be damned: young adults in Florida are fueling a unsafe rise in COVID-19 infections. The ceremony in the onetime epicenter of the European outbreak came a day after Italy registered the lowest daily tally of COVID-19 deaths in almost four months: eight.

In a disclosure meant to highlight that risk, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a news release on Saturday saying he had ordered health officials to investigate an outbreak tied to a drive-in high school graduation ceremony in Chappaqua, New York.