The average number of new coronovirus cases per day across the United States is the lowest in more than two months – as health officials warn that large crowds over the Labor Day holiday weekend could potentially result in COVID-19 cases Can bounce. In the coming days.
Daily coronavirus cases nationwide average just over 40,000 per day – a toll not seen since the last week of June.
The US reported just over 24,000 new cases on Monday, its lowest in two months. This toll may be the result of a weekend delay, reporting a similar drop each week.
The cases are declining nationally after the plateau fell for the past two weeks following the initial fall in July.
There are now over 6.3 million confirmed coronovirus cases in the US.
Daily coronavirus cases nationwide average just over 40,000 per day – a toll not seen since the last week of June. The US reported just over 24,000 new cases on Monday, its lowest in two months. This toll may be the result of a weekend delay, reporting a similar drop every week.
In summer, virus deaths have more than doubled to nearly 190,000.
The US added 267 deaths on Monday, the lowest since the beginning of July. This toll may also occur due to the weekend’s reporting delays.
The average number of daily deaths is now just over 800, down from the 2,000 fatal incidents reported back per day in April.
While cases and deaths have been declining nationally for several weeks, health officials said they feared the Labor Day holiday might cause a spike over the weekend after Memorial Day.
The US had approximately 1.6 million confirmed COVID-19 cases around Common Memorial Day before backward parties and other celebrations contributed to the summer surge.
The daily average number of cases is the number from the Memorial Day weekend back in May.
Many health experts partly blame the July spike at social gatherings held around Memorial Day.
The average number of daily deaths is now just over 800, down from the 2,000 fatal incidents reported back per day in April. The US added 267 deaths on Monday, the lowest since the beginning of July. This toll may also occur due to weekend reporting delays
Coronavirus cases are on the rise in 22 states, according to a Reuters analysis – a worrying trend over Labor Day holiday weekends traditionally filled with family gatherings and parties to mark the end of summer.
According to an analysis comparing the two-week cases of 8–22 with the previous three weeks, until three weeks ago, only three states, Hawaii, Illinois, and South Dakota, had increasing cases.
In most of the 22 states where cases are increasing, they are in sparsely populated parts of the Midwest and South.
On a percentage basis, South Dakota had the largest increase of 126 percent in the past two weeks, with more than 3,700 new cases reported.
Health officials have added some of the hundreds of thousands of motorcycle drivers who descended on the Sturgis of South Dakota for an annual rally in August.
Cases in Iowa are also increasing rapidly, with North Dakota with 13,600 new infections in the past two weeks and 3,600 new cases in the same period.
The most populous California, Florida and Texas have increased nationwide by reducing new infections.
Cases in California have dropped by 39,000 in the past two weeks compared to the previous two weeks.
This compares to a 37,000 case increase in 22 states over the same period.
South Dakota has seen the largest increase in 126 percent of cases in the past two weeks, with more than 3,700 new cases reported. Health officials have added some of the hundreds of thousands of motorcycle drivers who descended on the Sturgis of South Dakota for an annual rally in August.
Cases are also increasing rapidly in Iowa over the past two weeks with 13,600 new infections. Some have been linked to the reopening of college campuses across the state
North Dakota has reported 3,600 new infections in the last two weeks.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has said that it is important that there should be an outbreak before the cold weather begins, when influenza cases are likely to spread along with COVID-19 and more people start going indoors. , Which increases the risk of contagion.
As a result of the warnings, several large Labor Day celebrations in the US were canceled amid the epidemic.
Downtown Atlanta was silencing 85,000 or so people who dress up as their favorite superheroes or sci-fi characters for the annual Dragon Con convention, instead of being met online.
Giant football stadiums sat empty at places like Ohio State and the University of Texas.
Many Labor Day parades marking the unofficial end of summer were closed and masks were usually required.
‘Please, don’t make the same mistakes that we all make on Memorial Day Weekend. State Health Director in Orange County, Florida, Drs. Raul Peino said, wear your mask, watch your distance and wash your hands.
In New Orleans, which was one of New York City’s biggest outbreaks outside the city, city officials reminded residents that businesses receiving 36 calls about large ceremonies and not following safety regulations COVID-19 does not take leave after making about 46 calls. On Fridays and Saturdays.
The city said, “This is not who we are, and this is not how we – as a community – get back to where we want to be.”
Santa Monaya, California: People gather on the beach on the second day of Labor Day amid the heatwave in Santa Monica, California on Sunday.
San Francisco, California: Several large Labor Day celebrations across the US were canceled and health officials appealed to people to keep distance from others, so that no more coronovirus growth would occur after Memorial Day.
Atlanta, Georgia: Rapper Future attends the largest Workers’ Day takeover at the compound on Saturday in Atlanta
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY: Security personnel speak with a crowd gathered in a home verand across Churchill Downs before the 146th part of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday
Atlantic City, New Jersey: People wearing masks wait in line at Steel Pier on Saturday
In South Carolina, which was a hot spot of contagion in the summer before cases declined in early August, 8,000 fans, including Gov. Henry McMaster, were allowed to participate in the NASCAR race on Darlington Raceway on Sunday.
State officials approved a socially distant attendance plan on the track, which could hold 47,000 people.
It was the largest gathering in the state since the outbreak started six months ago. Several rows and seats were kept empty to keep groups of fans apart, and people were asked to wear masks.
In New York City, police raided an illegal bar in Brooklyn and, according to Fox 5., found about 300 people inside. Sheriff’s deputies broke the gathering at the bar on 61st Street of Borough Park at 2 a.m. Sunday.
Officials said about 281 people were found inside, including a child. Police said the bar revoked its liquor license in 2019.
In Arkansas, the bars were reported to be busier than usual, but the majority of those arriving for Labor Day weekend were not college students, as officials initially feared.
Kendall Bird, manager of Dixon Street Pub, told 4029TV: ‘They are not breaking any guidelines that we are asking them to follow. Everyone is wearing masks, they are super polite. ‘
Meanwhile in Las Vegas, there have been reports of people not having a social disturbance while out and about enjoying the weekend.
“Tourists who are coming into town and not six feet away from each other, but six inches from each other,” Brian Slippock, owner of Jackson’s Bar & Grill, told KTNV.
Edge of Town Bar and Grill owner Rick Pollak told the station he worried that the long holiday rush would harm small businesses in the long run.
“The common sense side of it doesn’t seem that thousands of people are on Fremont Street or the hotel pool and that’s fine,” said Pollak. ‘We’re handcuffed and it’s devastating, another shutdown and I don’t think most of us are going to make it honestly.’