USA coronavirus latest today 28 June 2020:
Hello, welcome to the latest update about coronavirus in the USA. The first record about worldwide,
According to the latest figures published by John Hopkins University, 10,005,980 cases have been detected worldwide,
with 499,307 deaths and 5,071,617 people recovered.
Now USA Coronavirus latest updates are that there have been 2,510,337 confirmed cases and 125,539 deaths
with 679,308 people recovered from the virus.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention add three new Covid-19 symptoms to their list:
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has added three new symptoms of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) to its existing list.,
HT reported. Congestion or runny nose, nausea and diarrhea have been added to the US health protection agency’s list of 12 common symptoms.
Symptoms that are already in the CDC:
- Fever or chills
- shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing,
- , muscle or body aches,
- loss of smell or taste
- and sore throat
“This list does not include all possible symptoms. CDC will continue to update this list as we learn more about Covid-19,” the agency published on its website.
South Carolina, Florida, and Nevada these all hit new Covid-19 virus records
Florida, South Carolina, Georgia and Nevada all hit record figures with Nevada bags more than doubling their highest daily total as they have 1100 in a single day.
Nevada on Saturday, the state reported almost 1100 new cases, Nevada never reported even 500 cases in a day earlier.
Georgia also recorded very high in cases around 2000. The seven-day average for cases has nearly tripled since late May.
Similarly, South Carolina went past its original record mark for most Covid-19 cases in a single day with nearly 1,599 positive tests on Saturday. Previously, the high was 1,293. The more alarming is that there were 15 new confirmed deaths with Covid-19.
The Florida Department of Health reported 9,636 new positive cases on Saturday. The total of tests yesterday was 76,129 with a 12.7% testing positive.