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U.S. Coronavirus Cases Surpass 9 Million With No End in Sight – The New York Times

Covid-19 cases are rapidly increasing in more than 20 states in a dangerous surge one governor described as an “urgent crisis.”



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CHICAGO The United States, which reported its first known coronavirus case in Washington State 282 days ago, surpassed nine million total infections on Thursday, including more than half a million in the past week, as Covid-19 spiraled out of control in the lead-up to Election Day.
Across the country, alarming signs suggested the worst was yet to come: The nation reported more cases on Thursday at least 89,000 than on any other single day. More than 20 states reported more cases over the past week…

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