US coronavirus cases soar past FOUR MILLION as Texas and California suffer record jump in deaths


THE UNITED States has hit over four million coronavirus cases as the average number of daily cases has reached 66,000.

According to the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, there are at least 4,005,414 confirmed cases in the United States.

More than 143,000 Americans have died from coronavirus as states like Florida, Texas and California are seeing rises in cases and hospitalizations.

According to the Daily Mail, based on the average number of daily cases being 66,000, cases could increase by one million by the first week of August.

Both Texas and California set records this Wednesday when Texas hit their one-day records for deaths and hospitalizations while California not has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country.

Daily Mail reports that if California was a country, it would be ranking fifth with the most coronavirus cases.

It currently has 413,579 cases after adding 12,807 in daily cases.

Coronavirus deaths were over 1,000 two times this week, an amount last seen in May.


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