According to the global real-time statistics system for new coronary pneumonia released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 6 p.m. EDT, the United States reported a total of 1126519 cases of new coronary pneumonia, 66,061 deaths, and 6,816,347 cases. In the past 24 hours, there have been 27,954 new diagnoses and 1,474 new deaths in the United States.
In New York State, where the epidemic is most severe, a total of 312977 cases were diagnosed on the 2nd, and a total of 24198 cases were died. There are currently 20 states with more than 10,000 people diagnosed in the United States, and more than 50,000 people have been diagnosed in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Illinois, California, and Pennsylvania.
The data shows that in most parts of the United States, including New York State, the growth rate of new coronary pneumonia is slowing, and the number of hospitalizations and deaths are also declining. However, the growth rate of Washington DC and its neighboring states of Virginia and Maryland has accelerated. On the 2nd, 139 new cases were confirmed in Washington DC, 830 cases in Virginia, and 1,001 cases in Maryland. Currently, there are 26,516 confirmed cases in the Greater Washington metropolitan area, including Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and parts of Maryland, and the total population of the metro area is 6.21 million.
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