New U.S. Covid-19 Cases Remain Below Last Week’s Levels

Monday’s 38,045 case count was up from Sunday, but last week’s counts topped 40,000 most days and neared 50,000 on some

Public health organizations tracking the spread of coronavirus use graphs and charts to visualize the data. WSJ’s Brianna Abbott explains what to look for in the data to understand how the virus is affecting your community. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann/WSJ

Daily new U.S. coronavirus infections rose slightly but continued their downward longer-term trend, as some states worked to manage outbreaks through natural disasters and universities grappled with outbreaks.

香蕉视频苹果下载The country reported 38,045 new cases on Monday, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. That is up from 34,567 on Sunday but still an improvement from last week, when cases topped 40,000 most days and neared 50,000 on some.

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