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  • Coronavirus: States roll back reopening plans as U.S. COVID-19 cases surge

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    In the U.S., Florida and Texas are once again shutting down many public spaces - including bars and beaches - as COVID-19 cases rapidly rise in those states and 30 others across the country. Jennifer Johnson reports.

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  • COVID-19 cases surge in the US

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    The United States is seeing some of its highest COVID-19 infection rates since the start of the pandemic. Twenty-nine states are experiencing surges. More than 37,600 new infections have been recorded.

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  • U.S. COVID-19 cases surge as states ease public health restrictions

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    Many U.S. states that have already eased public health restrictions are starting to see surges in new COVID-19 cases. Are there lessons learned here for Canada? Power & Politics speaks to infectious disease physicians Dr. Isaac Bogoch and Dr. Zain Chagla.

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  • Florida shuts bars and beaches as COVID-19 cases surge

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    At least six states have reported a record increase in COVID-19 cases as the total number of cases in the U.S. nears 2.5 million. Some states, like Florida, which saw more than 9,500 new cases Saturday morning, are rolling back some of the reopening including shutting beaches, parks and some bars. Ben Conarck, who covers healthcare for the Miami Herald, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss.
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  • US official warns window is closing as coronavirus cases surge

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    Across the world, half a million people have now died from coronavirus (COVID-19) and more than 10 million have been infected.
    A quarter of all those infections and deaths are in the United States, which is - by far - the worst-hit country.
    With a sharp spike in infections recorded in southern and western states, the US health secretary is warning time is running out to contain the virus.

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  • COVID-19 cases surge in Europe, U.S.

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    The coronavirus outbreak in Europe has passed a grim milestone... with the number of deaths there now twice the official number in China.
    In the U.S., New York and several other states are on lockdown.
    Yoon Jung-min has the details.
    With the number of COVID-19 cases topping 300-thousand worldwide,... Europe remains the epicenter, with more than 149-thousand.
    The virus is spreading fastest in Italy, which has more than 53-thousand cases,... followed by Spain, Germany and France.
    The combined death toll on the continent stands at over 7-thousand-500,... and well over half of those are in Italy.
    The death toll in Europe is now twice the official number in China.
    As commerce grinds to a halt there, the EU has moved to help countries prop up their economies.
    The European Commission has suspended its rules on budget deficits... so that governments can spend what they need to counter the economic fallout.
    France plans some 322 billion U.S. dollars worth of liquidity support for companies hit by the pandemic.
    Germany is also planning an emergency budget worth some 161 billion dollars.
    Over in the United States, the infection cases has surpassed 26-thousand,... with more than 300 deaths reported nationwide.
    The U.S. now has the third-highest number of cases in the world... after China and Italy.
    A number of states in the U.S., including New York and California, have issued so-called stay-at-home orders, requiring all non-essential businesses to close.
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  • Coronavirus cases surge in the United States, Brazil and Germany

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    The U.S reported more than 30,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday and Saturday, the highest daily totals since May 1, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. New cases across the country are surging faster than ever, especially in states in the South, West and Midwest. The largest single-day increase in global coronavirus cases was recorded on Sunday, according to the World Health Organization, after more than 183,000 new cases were reported worldwide. Brazil, with nearly 55,000 new infections, saw the largest number of cases reported.

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  • Texas, Florida Reverse Reopenings As Coronavirus Cases Surge | TODAY

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    After the United States hit a new single-day record of more than 45,000 new coronavirus cases, Texas and Florida have begun reversing their reopenings. “There was widespread noncompliance, and that led to issues,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for Weekend TODAY from Miami.
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  • Why Is The US Seeing A Big Surge In Coronavirus Cases? | TODAY

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    Dr. Ashish Jha, the director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, joins Weekend TODAY to discuss what’s behind the new surge of coronavirus cases around the United States despite the decrease seen in other countries.
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  • Global coronavirus cases top 10 million with big U.S. surge

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    This weekend, the world passed 10 million recorded cases of COVID-19, but while many hard-hit countries are showing clear progress in getting the virus under control, the U.S. is seeing massive spikes in new infections.

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  • Covid-19 Cases in U.S. Rise to More Than 2.5 Million

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    Jun.28 -- Coronavirus cases in the U.S. increased by 42,735 from the same time Saturday to 2.53 million, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg News. The figures come as worldwide deaths from the virus surpassed 500,000 on the same day confirmed cases exceeded 10 million. Steve Geimann reports on Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.

  • U.S. Virus Surge: Ample Opportunity for Covid-19 to Spread, Johns Hopkins Says

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    Jun.29 -- John Hopkins Vice Dean for Public Health Practice Josh Sharfstein discusses the surge in U.S. coronavirus cases. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” The Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP, the parent company of Bloomberg News.

  • Arizona Hospitals Face Crisis As US Coronavirus Cases Surge To New Levels | TODAY

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    The coronavirus is surging across the Sun Belt, setting new records in Texas, Arizona and Florida. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports for TODAY from Scottsdale, Arizona, where hospitals are facing a dire situation.
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  • Coronavirus deaths in the U.S. near 125,000 as new cases surge

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    Coronavirus cases rose to record highs in Florida on Friday, with other Sun Belt states seeing a surge in cases as well. Lauren Sauer, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine joins Yahoo Finance's Akiko Fujita to break down the latest coronavirus developments.
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  • States brace for impact of COVID-19 surge in U.S.

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    Some parts of the U.S. are bracing for the impact on hospitals as cases of COVID-19 surge amid a lack of political will to respond.

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  • Some states pause reopening after concerning surge in Covid-19 cases

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    CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest numbers regarding the Covid-19 hot spots popping up around the United States.

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced on Thursday that the state will pause any further reopening as the state continues to report record increases in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations.

    Businesses that were permitted to open under the previous phases can continue to operate at the designated occupancy outlined by the Texas Department of State Health Services, according to statement from Abbott’s office.

    “The last thing we want to do as a state is go backwards and close down businesses. This temporary pause will help our state corral the spread until we can safely enter the next phase of opening our state for business,” Abbott said in the release.

    Many businesses in Texas were granted permission to reopen in May. Restaurants, gyms, retailers, professional sports, bars and other venues were allowed to reopen with reduced capacity. It wasn’t immediately made clear which businesses wouldn’t be allowed to be reopen moving forward or when the order would be lifted.

    Earlier on Thursday, Abbott ordered all licensed hospitals in the hard-hit Bexar, Dallas, Harris and Travis counties to postpone elective procedures in order to protect hospital capacity for Covid-19 patients. Those counties include the state’s largest cities — Houston, San Antonio, Dallas and Austin. There are currently 4,389 Covid-19 patients hospitalized statewide in Texas, up from 2,793 a week ago, according to the state’s health department.

    “These four counties have experienced significant increases in people being hospitalized due to COVID-19 and today’s action is a precautionary step to help ensure that the hospitals in these counties continue to have ample supply of available beds to treat COVID-19 patients,” Abbott said in his executive order.

    Texas is one of the states in the American West and South experiencing a recent surge in Covid-19 cases. On Wednesday, the state reported more than 5,500 additional Covid-19 cases.

    On Tuesday, Abbott recommended residents stay home unless they have to venture outside. He has consistently urged residents to follow social distancing guidelines and to wear a mask when in public, saying that it “will help us to keep Texas open.”

    “Unless you do need to go out, the safest place for you is at your home,” he said during an interview with KBTX-TV.

    Abbott previously warned that “additional measures are going to be necessary” and the state will have to take “tougher actions” if the number of cases and hospitalizations continued to climb at current rates into July. He has previously defended the state’s reopening plan by saying the state’s hospitals remain at the lowest threat level and have the ability to add surge capacity if necessary.

    “If we were to experience another doubling of those numbers over the next month, that would mean we’re in an urgent situation where tougher actions will be required to make sure that we do contain the spread of Covid-19,” Abbott said at a press conference on Monday.

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  • Coronavirus: COVID-19 cases soaring in some U.S. states

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    Jennifer Johnson looks at the fears the U.S. coronavirus infection rate will keep surging, as the White House puts its hopes on a potential vaccine that will soon undergo testing. Plus, Redmond Shannon looks at the challenges facing EU lawmakers, as they try to decide who can visit Europe. And Dawna Friesen reports on how the International Monetary Fund (IMF) greatly underestimated the pandemic's impact on the global economy.

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  • Coronavirus cases surge as pressure mounts on healthcare workers

    4:12

    A surge in coronavirus cases have put pressure on hospitals as states reopen. The White House Coronavirus Task Force held its first public briefing in two months. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

  • 6 people have died from COVID-19 in U.S. as cases surge worldwide

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    Six people have died in Washington state as the United States grapples with more than 100 cases of the coronavirus.
    Four of the dead were residents at a nursing care facility in Kirkland, in the suburbs of Seattle.
    The six deaths in Washington state are the only deaths from the virus so far in the U.S.
    In Europe, the pace of new COVID-19 infections continues to surge in Italy with the country's death toll rising by 18 to 52 as of Monday.
    According to Italian health authorities,... the number of confirmed cases there has now topped 2-thousand.
    However, of that total, around 150 people have recovered.

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  • President Trump heads to another swing state as COVID-19 cases surge

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    President Trump is heading to Wisconsin as COVID-19 cases rise and his poll numbers slip. He's also set to sign an executive order by the end of the week protecting federal statues and monuments from damage. Weijia Jiang reports.

  • Fauci warns US on coronavirus as cases surge

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    The top US infectious diseases expert has warned the next few weeks will be critical in controlling a 'disturbing' surge in coronavirus cases.
    Dr Anthony Fauci also testified in Congress that he and others had not been told to slow down testing, despite claims to the contrary by President Donald Trump.

    Al Jazeera’s Rosiland Jordan reports from Washington, DC, in the US.

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  • COVID-19 cases surge in many states, US still opening

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    Months into the pandemic, a number of US states are still reporting their highest
    daily rise in new cases.

  • Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego on surge of Covid-19 cases in Arizona

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    Kate Gallego, mayor of Phoenix, joins Closing Bell to talk about the surge of coronavirus cases in Arizona.

    The Arizona Department of Health reported nearly 3,600 additional Covid-19 cases on Tuesday, another record in additional daily cases, ahead of President Donald Trump’s scheduled appearances in the state later in the day.

    Arizona is averaging about 2,500 daily new cases as of Monday, which is about a 94% increase since one week ago, according to a CNBC analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

    The coronavirus has infected 3,593 people and killed an additional 42 people in Arizona since Monday, bringing the states’ death toll to 1,384, according to the state’s health department.

    While the rise in daily case numbers could reflect a lag in data reporting or increased testing in certain locations throughout the state, Arizona’s positivity rate has increased from 5% in early May to nearly 20% in June, according to the state’s health department. Its current positivity rate average stands at more than 10%.

    The positivity rate indicates the percentage of tests that come back positive in a specific region. Epidemiologists say this number can indicate how broadly the virus is spreading throughout a community.

    Another factor that is watched carefully is hopitalizations, which can indicate how severe cases are in an area. This data can lag the number of new cases.

    Arizona hospitals have reported more patients in their hospital beds and intensive care units since mid-May when the state began to reopen. About 84% of the state’s ICU beds were in use as of Monday, up from 74% reported in use on Memorial Day.

    The increase in cases and hospitalizations comes as Trump travels to the nation’s border with Mexico and to Phoenix, where he’s scheduled to attend a campaign rally at a local church. Infectious disease experts have warned against large indoor gatherings, such as Trump’s recent rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as cases surge in the West and South.

    “We are actually seeing the fastest rate of growth among our young people in the community, and here it is, a rally specifically focused on that demographic,” Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, a Democrat, told CNN on Sunday. “Public health professionals in Phoenix are trying to tell young people to take this seriously.”

    White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on Tuesday that parts of the U.S. are beginning to see a “disturbing surge” in coronavirus infections.

    While New York state is seeing a decline in Covid-19 cases, other states are experiencing a rise in cases that “reflect an increase in community spread,” Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said.

    “That’s something I’m really quite concerned about,” he said.

    The Trump administration has maintained that the Covid-19 response is still a priority.

    “It’s why the task force meets regularly, the president is given that information. The vice president has been leading on the task force and the president ultimately makes the decisions and is constantly kept up to date with the latest numbers,” press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said during a briefing Friday.

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  • Coronavirus: Will Florida become the next U.S. COVID-19 epicentre?

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    New cases of COVID-19 continue to surge across the U.S., with over 30 states seeing an increase in new cases.

    There are concerns Florida could become the country's next epicentre.

    As Jennifer Johnson reports, at least 12 states are now rolling back their next steps in reopening.

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  • Coronavirus Epidemic Update 34: US Cases Surge, Chloroquine & Zinc Treatment Combo, Italy Lockdown

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    All of Italy is now in a lockdown state. The United States is experiencing a growing number of new daily cases of COVID-19 and testing remains limited in many parts of the country. Dr. Seheult illustrates compelling articles about the possible efficacy of chloroquine in the treatment of coronavirus infections and its role in aiding cellular zinc absorption.

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  • Brazil ties U.S. with largest daily number of COVID-19 cases

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    The World Health Organization reported more than 10 million people have tested positive for COVID-19. Brazil and India are seeing the virus spread fast. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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  • COVID-19 cases surge in many states, US still opening

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    Months into the pandemic, a number of US states are still reporting their highest
    daily rise in new cases

  • Trump silent as US coronavirus cases soar to new high | DW News

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    The US government's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, says the country is facing a serious problem, as Covid-19 infections surge in southern and western states. Many states are experiencing their highest infection rates since the coronavirus crisis began. Worst-affected are states including Florida, Texas and Arizona, along with California. Texas ordered all of its bars to close, while Florida banned its bars from selling alcohol. On Friday the US Coronavirus Task Force held its first press conference in two months. Vice-President Mike Pence encouraged US citizens to follow local health guidelines. President Donald Trump has remained largely silent on this devastating turn of events. DW's Stefan Simons reports from Washington.

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  • COVID-19 in U.S. continues to spiral out of control, new case surge threatens to overwhelm hospitals

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    More than 38,000 new infections have been recorded in the United States, a new single day record, which has prompted new concerns about a second wave.

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  • Florida sets another record for daily Covid-19 cases

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    Dr. Marissa Levine, University of South Florida, talks about what the state can do to fight the coronavirus spike in the state.

    Florida reported 9,636 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, marking another record breaking day as cases continue to surge in the state, according to figures released by the Florida Department of Health.

    The Saturday surge came a day after the state set of record of 8,942 cases Friday. The coronavirus has now infected more than 138,000 people in Florida and killed at least 3,419. There were 76,129 tests conducted on Friday with a 12.7% positivity rate, according to the health department.

    The state also reported another 8,577 new cases on Sunday.

    Cases have been rising by the thousands in Florida in recent days, along with a surge in many other states, particularly in the South and West.

    Some officials have delayed or even rolled back reopening efforts. The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation announced Friday that it was suspending on premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide.

    Miami Mayor Carlos Gimenez signed an emergency order to shutter all beaches in Miami-Dade County for the July 4 weekend as he criticized beachgoers for failing to follow public health guidelines.

    “As we continue to see more COVID-19 positive test results among young adults and rising hospitalizations, I have decided that the only prudent thing to do to tamp down this recent uptick is to crack down on recreational activities that put our overall community at higher risk,” Gimenez said in a statement.

    The city of Miami on Thursday also issued a mandate requiring people to cover their faces in public at all times. In Palm Beach County, north of Miami, the mayor on Friday said that 1.5 million face masks will be mailed to all 660,000 homes there.

    Even as cases continue to soar, there’s no statewide mask requirement in Florida.

    Asked why all residents are not required to wear masks in public, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis said at a news conference on Friday, “We’re going to continue to put out the guidance, and we’re going to trust people to make good decisions.”

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  • Coronavirus cases surge in Indias capital Delhi | DW News

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    Coronavirus cases have surged in India since restrictions were lifted in early June. The country recorded its highest daily spike of new cases on Wednesday for a second consecutive day. Nearly 16,000 further infections have been recorded bringing the national total to more than 455,000. Concerns are growing in Delhi, which has surpassed Mumbai's COVID-19 tally with 70,000 confirmed cases, making the capital the worst-hit city. Delhi's authorities are not only faced with the unprecedented challenge of stopping the spread of the coronavirus, a shortage of beds is also major ongoing issue, with health facilities buckling under the strain. The Indian capital's luxury hotels and stadiums could be turned into field hospitals. Even spiritual centers in Delhi are designated for conversion to COVID-19 care facilities, while officials are rushing to extend testing to millions of residents.
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  • US hits record number of COVID-19 cases for third day

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    The number of new COVID-19 infections in the US has surged to another high, for the third day running, driven by surging cases in 16 states.
    Sensing a worsening situation, the government held its first coronavirus taskforce briefing in two months.
    And although Vice President Mike Pence remained upbeat, the top infectious diseases expert warned there is a serious problem.
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  • New Covid-19 cases in the U.S. hit two-week high

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    CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest data regarding the recent surge in Covid-19 cases in the United States.

    The U.S. reported more than 27,700 coronavirus cases on Thursday as the average number of daily new cases steadily grows compared to recent months of decline, according to a CNBC analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

    As of Thursday, the nation’s seven-day average of new Covid-19 cases increased more than 15% compared to a week ago, according to Hopkins data. Cases are growing by 5% or more in 27 states across the U.S., including Arizona, Texas, California and Oklahoma.

    New cases hit a peak of 31,630, based on a seven-day average, on April 10 before steadily falling to an eight-week low in late May. But the average showed an increase in the last week.

    Arizona, Florida, California, South Carolina and Texas all reported record-high single-day increases in coronavirus cases on Thursday as the states continue to ramp up testing and the virus reaches new communities.

    Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, warned on Thursday that several states in the South and West are “on the cusp of losing control.”

    Meanwhile, 17 states and Washington D.C. have reported declines in cases, including Connecticut, New Jersey and New York, once considered the epicenter of the outbreak in the U.S.

    Research shows that it can take anywhere from five to 12 days for people to show symptoms from the coronavirus, which could delay reporting. The case numbers also depend on the methodology of local state health departments and can fluctuate based on the level of testing conducted.

    Coronavirus hospitalizations, like new cases and deaths, are considered a key measure of the outbreak because it helps scientists gauge how severe it may be.

    Hospitalizations from Covid-19 were growing in 12 states as of Thursday, according to a CNBC analysis of data compiled by the Covid Tracking Project. States like Texas have reported record-breaking spikes in hospitalizations, up more than 84% since Memorial Day.

    “The possibility that things could flare up again and produce a resurgence of Covid-19 that would be a stress on our health-care system is still very real,” Dr. John Hellerstedt, commissioner of the Texas Department of State Health Services, said Tuesday during a press briefing.

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  • Fauci warns of disturbing surge of coronavirus cases l GMA

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    Dr. Anthony Fauci told Congress he hasn't spoken to President Donald Trump in weeks as the number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. continues to rise.

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  • More US states step back from reopening as COVID-19 cases surge

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    A surge in new coronavirus cases in the United States is causing at least a dozen states and cities to rethink their reopening strategies.
    The country's top expert on infectious diseases says the increase is largely because people are ignoring health guidelines to wear masks and keep away from each other.
    Dr Anthony Fauci has called it a recipe for disaster.

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  • COVID-19 cases surge as reopenings continue

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    The CDC is projecting another 26,000 COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. in the next three weeks as at least 19 states report an uptick in cases. States like Florida and South Carolina that have begun reopening saw their highest daily number of cases to date. Michael George reports from New York City, the country's virus epicenter.

  • Coronavirus Cases Surge Across U.S. Sun Belt and Germany

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    Jun.19 -- The U.S. suffered a fresh surge of coronavirus infections in Arizona, California, Texas and Florida. In Europe, Germany recorded a jump in new cases linked to an outbreak at a meat-packing plant near Guetersloh. Global infections are now close to 8.5 million and deaths exceed 450,000. Annmarie Hordern reports on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.

  • U.S. hospitals overwhelmed as COVID-19 cases surge

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    The past 24 hours have seen a record number of Americans succumbed to COVID-19. Hospitals are being overwhelmed. CGTN's Dan Williams spoke to a nurse at Chicago's Northwestern Memorial Hospital to know more about what's the situation like in medical facilities.

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  • Cases surge in Brazil +++ Can dogs sniff out COVID-19? | Coronavirus update

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    New figures show that Brazil now has the fourth largest outbreak of the coronavirus in the world. Nearly 240,000 people are infected and more than 15,000 have died of COVID-19. Health experts say a lack of testing means the real figures could be much higher, and warn the worst is yet to come. And researchers are testing whether specially-trained dogs can sniff out the Coronavirus in humans -- even before symptoms are evident. Teams in the UK and the US have begun trials to find out whether canines can detect unusual scents coming from people infected with COVID-19. Success could transform the global response to the global coronavirus pandemic. In other news:
    -Venezuela reported its biggest single day increase yet
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  • Coronavirus: U.S. states continue reopening plans despite surge in new COVID-19 cases

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    As COVID-19 cases sharply rise in several American states, few are backing down from reopening plans. Jackson Proskow looks at how some leaders are downplaying the upwards trend.

    Case counts have been on the rise in 21 states over the last week. Six of those states reported record daily increases, with troubling trends in Arizona, Texas and Florida. Each state reported more than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases per day.

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  • Coronavirus cases surge in more than 20 states

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    Coronavirus infections are on the rise in more than 20 states across the South and West. More than 2 million COVID-19 cases have been reported in the U.S. since the pandemic started. Meg Oliver reports.

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  • Florida, Texas See Coronavirus Cases Surge After Reopening

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    Jun.17 -- An increasing number of people in Texas and Florida are being admitted to the hospital because of Covid-19, adding to concern that some of the most populous U.S. states are facing a new wave of illness after lifting lockdown orders.

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  • States in the West, South see continued surge in Covid-19 cases

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    Medical experts are urging state officials and businesses to take action as Covid-19 cases continue to spike throughout the American South and West. The surge comes ahead of President Trump's controversial indoor rally in Tulsa, Okla.

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  • As U.S. Virus Cases Surge, Will Death Rates Rise Too?

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    Jun.26 -- After the U.S. registered the biggest-ever jump in coronavirus cases, is it just a matter of time before death rates also start to increase? Bloomberg's John Lauerman reports on the surge in infections and breaks down the latest medical research in an interview on Bloomberg Surveillance.

  • Covid-19 Cases Are Rising in the U.S.

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    U.S. President Donald Trump's move to reopen the economy amid the severe epidemic situation could be harming people's health to serve his political ends, incurring criticism from mainstream media outlets in the country.

    For weeks the U.S. president has been calling for the reopening of the economy, although the COVID-19 epidemic is still plaguing the country. This has seen more and more Americans leaving their homes and at times forgetting to practice social distancing during gatherings.

    According to a report issued by CNN on Thursday, the president has set a bad example for the country by neglecting efficient epidemic prevention measures and ostentatiously moving around the country without a mask.

    The president also appears to be ignoring warnings to avoid large gatherings by planning a rally in Oklahoma next week and others in four states, which some fear may lead to a rise of COVID-19 cases in those regions.

    Many other officials in the Trump administration also appear to be neglecting epidemic precautions in their work. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who is in charge of the White House COVID-19 task force, tweeted a photo of his campaign staff on Wednesday with none of the members wearing masks or keeping social distancing. But later, the vice president deleted the tweet.

    Yet, the stay-at-home order proves to be an effective way in curbing the spread of the virus, according to the data posed by Andy Slavitt on Wednesday, who is a former acting administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

    Once we come back out, if we come back to exactly our old habits, it's going to spread just as fast, Slavitt said during an interview with CNN on Tuesday.

    According to a Wednesday report by NBC, three weeks after the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey lifted the stay-at-home order, the state saw an alarming surge in the number of COVID-19 cases.

    Data from the Arizona Department of Health Services shows that the number of COVID-19 cases has surpassed 30,000 so far, with over 1,100 deaths recorded. Medical professionals are warning that there might be a lack of emergency room beds to handle the spike in new cases.

    Critics attributed the surge to the reluctance of the Republican governor, who is setting a bad example by not wearing a mask in public.

    They said that Arizona residents once took the coronavirus threat seriously, but have relaxed their vigilance and at times appearing to forget to keep social distancing and wear masks due to the behavior of the governor, which led to the surge in new cases.

    The situation in other states is also severe. Since Memorial Day, more than a dozen U.S. states, including Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas and Utah, have recorded spikes in hospitalizations, according to data from CNN aggregated from the COVID-19 Tracking Project.

    The action of the U.S. president as well as many governors implies that the country may have given up its efforts to curb the epidemic. People have to live with the fatal virus in order to reopen the economy and maintain social order.

    But reopening the economy without enough epidemic prevention measures may lead to a horrible cost of lives.

    Dr. Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute said during an interview with CNN on Wednesday, It means that between 800 and 1,000 Americans are going to die every single day. We're going to get another 100,000 deaths by September. So, that's a catastrophic cost.

    The cost of reopening shows that the Trump administration still needs to make more preparations before reopening the economy. But this is an assertion that the president has been denying.

    Even as the pandemic appears to worsen in North Carolina, he is still denouncing the Democratic governor of the state for his reluctance to host the Republican National Convention due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

    The Trump administration is also suppressing the voices of public health officials and experts as they do not appear to save his political ends. As such, he has been preventing top medical advisers, including the government's top infectious disease specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and another top coronavirus expert, Dr. Deborah Birx, from speaking at the presidential podium for days.

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  • Texas pauses reopening as coronavirus cases surge in southern states: CNBC After Hours

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    CNBC.com’s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day’s top business news headlines, and what to watch as the coronavirus pandemic continues sweeping through the U.S. On today’s show, CNBC’s Meg Tirrell breaks down how rising case counts have caused some states to put their reopening plans on pause. Plus, CNBC’s Kate Rooney has the latest numbers on how the pandemic is affecting the largest swath of the nation’s workforce — Millennials and Generation Z.

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    Brazil, the Latin American country hit hardest by the pandemic, has emerged as the latest flashpoint, with nearly 375,000 cases -- the second-highest in the world, after the United States -- and more than 23,000 deaths.

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