New daily cases are down in all 50 states compared to last month, with none reporting more than 10,000 new COVID-19 infections on a given day
It’s not just the US that is seeing encouraging signs – cases and deaths have declined by 16% worldwide last week compared to the previous one
* All 50 states saw fewer than 10,000 new COVID cases across a rolling average
* New York, Texas, Florida and California continued to see the highest number
* Hawaii and Wyoming both recorded fewer than 100 cases across the seven days
* Deaths are down 30 percent since their peak in early January
* Experts warn against complacency, however, as new strains pose a threat
* Worldwide cases fell 16% last week compared to the previous while deaths declined 10% worldwide
For the first time this year, no state in the country saw an average of more than 10,000 new COVID-19 cases over the past seven days, it was reported on Tuesday, in the latest encouraging sign in pandemic progress.
The COVID Tracking Project found that every single state is showing a decline in numbers compared to January. Nationwide, the seven-day rolling average of daily cases is down to 75,518, compared to 209,945 a month ago, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
WNU Editor: All that I can say is I hope this trend continues.