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And now comes this statement by Forbes:
The U.S. recorded 77,339 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus on Friday, according to Johns Hopkins University, and the rolling 7-day average of cases nationwide has increased by more than 10% over the previous week, with more than two dozen states trending in the wrong direction, leading to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to warn it is "deeply concerned" about the rising numbers.
The state dealing with the most significant outbreak at the moment is Michigan, which recorded more than 6,000 new cases Friday for the first time a single day since December, as its rolling 14-day average has spiked by 25%.
The tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut has also experienced double-digit percentage increases in daily case counts.
1,265 new deaths were reported on Friday, but the 7-day average in the U.S. has fallen below 1,000 for the first time since November.
After the total number of U.S. patients hospitalized due to Covid-19 dipped below 40,000 last weekend for the first time since October, it had crept back above 40,000 by Thursday.