Texas is the 11th-most active coronavirus hotspot in the world right now – KHOU.com

. In Texas, cases are skyrocketing. There are now more than 210,000 cases in the Lone Star State. The state reported a record 10,000+ on Tuesday, July 7. Texas signed up with New York and Florida as the only other states to break the 10,000 everyday case limit. Thats more single-day cases than any European nation ever reported at the height of their break outs and almost as much as South Korea has reported the entire pandemic.

When it passed the 3-million COVID-19 case mark, HOUSTON– The United States broke another record on Wednesday. Whats most striking is 1 countless those cases have actually been reported in the last 30 days.

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The U.S. has 4% of the worlds population, however 25% of the worlds coronavirus cases. The virus is moving through the nation, infecting more individuals than the combined populations of Wyoming, South Dakota and Washington D.C

Right now it would be the worlds 11th-most active hotspot with 1,600 cases per 1 million locals if Texas were a nation. The present outbreak is worse than countries like Panama, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Kuwait, Brazil, Chile and South Africa.

Texas has actually reported more than 2,715 deaths Its one of the most affordable death rates in the nation with 9.5 deaths per 100,000 people. However specialists alert the greater cases rise, the greater likelihood deaths will follow.

The present outbreak is worse than nations like Panama, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Kuwait, Brazil, Chile and South Africa.

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The U.S. has 4% of the worlds population, however 25% of the worlds coronavirus cases. Texas signed up with New York and Florida as the only other states to break the 10,000 daily case threshold. Thats more single-day cases than any European nation ever reported at the height of their outbreaks and almost as much as South Korea has actually reported the whole pandemic.