22 states and 2 territories set new daily record COVID-19 from July 1

The outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States is deteriorating, with more states reporting new daily cases.

Coronavirus is now spreading across the United States faster than at any point in a pandemic, and the number of new cases is also growing in July. The total number of patients in the country is 3 407 556 – a quarter more since June 30, when infection peaks reached a maximum in California, Florida, Texas and Arizona.

Since July 1, the daily record of the number of patients in 50 thousand was exceeded 11 times. In 22 states, as well as in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, I registered at least one record day of new patients. Alaska leads the group, setting new daily records seven times this month.

South Carolina, Wisconsin, Montana, and Alabama also show high epidemics. There were at least three record days in each of these states this month.