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US Coronavirus Cases Surge Past Summer’s Records : Shots – Health News – NPR

The country has blown past records set in July and entered uncharted territory. Experts can’t predict how high the new peak will go. Here’s what’s driving the surge….

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Coronavirus cases are rising precipitously in the U.S., and have now surpassed the high levels logged in the summer when daily new cases hovered above 65,000 on average for nearly two weeks.
After a dip in new cases in September, the country now is logging an average of nearly 70,000 new cases a day, and health experts worry this surge could last longer and grip more of the country than in the spring or summer. And the average daily case count has climbed 41% over the past two weeks, according…

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