U.S. breaks daily case record again as new infections rise

Published November 9, 2020

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The Wall Street Journal quoted Tom Russo in an article about the record number of COVID-19 cases throughout the U.S. Russo attributed the rise in cases to more events moving indoors with cooler weather, lack of compliance with public health measures and more young people becoming infected. He noted these factors will result in a lag in hospitalizations and deaths. He said: "Instead of one to two weeks for hospitalizations, it'll be two to four weeks to show, and deaths will take even longer.”

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