At least 42,000 coronavirus infections have been identified in the United States in 24 hours, according to a count at 8:30 p.m. local time at Johns Hopkins University, which references. These new infections, concentrated in the southern and western states, bring the total number of infections on American soil to nearly 2.6 million. Due to the increase in contamination, some American states have had to pause the deconfinement process.

The number of daily deaths in the world’s largest economic power continues to decline, with 355 deaths in 24 hours. But the number of newly detected cases is higher than at any time since the appearance of Sars-Cov-2, and hospitalizations are increasing in several homes like Houston (Texas) and Phoenix (Arizona), which fears the worst for the dead chart in the coming weeks.