U.S. reports 3-million cases of COVID-19
Illustration of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus 2, the cause of COVID-19 (Alissa Eckert, MS, Dan Higgins, MAMS)
It is a grim milestone in the United States.
The country is now reporting 3-million cases of COVID-19.
The staggering number is compounded by the fact that it has only been 28 days since the country had 2-million cases, meaning it has taken less than a month for another 1-million Americans to become infected with the virus.
Yesterday, there were 60-thousand new cases reported, a record high.
Hospitals are quickly running out of intensive care units or are at capacity, to treat patients, especially in the southern States.
New modelling out of the States suggests 2-hundred thousand people will die by November from the coronavirus if masks are not worn by the general population.
Already, 1-hundrend and 33-thousand Americans have died since January.