Record-setting infection rates and more: The week's most startling Covid-19 statistics

As the United States approaches 9 million Covid-19 cases, the country keeps racking up infection rates and other statistics that alarm experts.

On Thursday, the country reported a record-setting 88,521 new cases and reported 971 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Here are a few more startling numbers from the week that saw 536,131 새로운 케이스, as reported by Johns Hopkins.
    • The US average of new cases per day is 76,590.
    • That’s up 25% from the previous week.
    • It’s an 83% increase over the last month.
    • Nine states reported a record high single-day of new cases Thursday: Illinois, 인디애나, 메인, 미시간, 미네소타, New Mexico, 노스 캐롤라이나, North Dakota and Ohio.
      Thirty states which have reported a record high: 앨라배마, Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, 인디애나, Kansas, Kentucky, 메인, 미시간, 미네소타, Missouri, Montana, 네브라스카, New Hampshire, New Mexico, 노스 캐롤라이나, 노스 다코타, 오하이오, Oklahoma, 오레곤, 펜실베니아, Rhode Island, South Dakota, 테네시, 유타, 워싱턴, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
      Twenty-four states saw their highest 7-day averages for new daily cases Thursday, Johns Hopkins shows: Alaska, Colorado, Illinois, 인디애나, 아이오와, Kansas, Kentucky, 메인, 미시간, 미네소타, 네브라스카, New Hampshire, New Mexico, 노스 캐롤라이나, 노스 다코타, 오하이오, 오레곤, 펜실베니아, South Dakota, 테네시, 유타, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming.

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