US coronavirus cases break global daily record, and experts warn it will only get worse – CNN

US coronavirus cases break global daily record, and experts warn it will only get worse – CNN

US coronavirus case rise driven by 'silent epidemic' of asymptomatic infections
Friday’s number surpassed the previous daily record held by India, which reported 97,894 coronavirus cases in a single day on September 17, according to India’s health ministry.
As of Saturday evening, there have been 71,931 new Covid-19 cases across the US, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. At least 659 deaths were also reported.
The total number of Covid-19 cases in the US reached at least 9.1 million and the nation’s death toll from the pandemic topped 230,000 on Saturday.
“The 100,000 cases yesterday two weeks from now will start to translate into massive numbers of deaths,” Dr. Jonathan Reiner, a professor of medicine at George Washington University, told CNN Saturday. “So we’re going to see not just cases continue to escalate but we’re going to see perhaps 2,000 deaths per day two or three weeks from now.”
Iowa on Friday reported its highest single day increase of new cases. That means 31 states have had at least one record high day of new cases in October, Johns Hopkins data show.
At least 47,374 Covid-19 patients were in hospitals on Saturday, according to the Covid Tracking Project. That’s
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