Written by Sirat Gupta
In Texas, the increase in new cases over the past week came mainly from the Harris, Dallas and El Paso districts based on Reuters numbers. The uprising is reducing medical facilities as the city of El Paso transforms a convention center into a field hospital.
If Texas is a country, it is the tenth most affected country in the world out of a total of 19 COVID-19 cases. The government added an average of about 6,800 new cases a day last week, according to Reuters.
Texas accounts for more than 10% of all U.S. cases, with the highest number of new cases reported in the United States last week, followed by the state of Illinois with half the population.
California, the first U.S. state to surpass 600,000 cases of COVID-19 in August, currently has fewer epidemics and deaths than Texas.
The overpopulated U.S. government has added about 30,000 cases in the past seven days, and more than 950,000 cases of the corona virus have been reported.
Los Angeles County, California, owns 33% of the state’s Cassell, up 7,118 as of Nov. 5.
With the holiday season and cold weather fast approaching, health officials have been raising the alarm to control the spike in cases over the past few weeks.
More than 9.8 million cases have been reported and more than 230,000 have died.
(Reporting by Sirat Gupta in Bangalore; Editing by Lisa Schumacher)