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COVID news: US hits 12 million cases; Thanksgiving travel not advised

On Friday, as people began crowding in airports to travel for the holiday, the US set a daily incidence record with 195,542 new coronavirus cases.On Friday, as people began crowding in airports to travel for the holiday, the US set a daily incidence record with 195,542 new coronavirus cases.

Record US COVID-19 Cases Before Thanksgiving Travel

On Friday alone, there were 195,000 new confirmed cases of the virus and 1,878 deaths. The U.S. has been adding 1 million cases every six days.On Friday alone, there were 195,000 new confirmed cases of the virus and 1,878 deaths. The U.S. has been adding 1 million cases every six days.

U.S. Passes 12 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases : Coronavirus Updates : NPR

Millions of people in the United States are expected to travel for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, ignoring warnings from health officials about furthering the spread of COVID-19 as the nation was on the verge of recording its 12 millionth case on Saturday. More than 1 million people flew through U.S.…

Millions defy Thanksgiving travel guidance as U.S. nears 12 million COVID-19 cases - Japan Today

The coronavirus is taking an increasingly dire toll this week just as a vaccine appears closer at hand. Some states and cities will impose sharper restrictions. Get the rundown, plusThe coronavirus is taking an increasingly dire toll this week just as a vaccine appears closer at hand. Some states and cities will impose sharper restrictions. Get the rundown, plus

Get a virus test before you travel, experts say as some US states revert to 'near-lockdown' | National News | journalstar.com

The United States topped 12 million cases of Covid-19 on Saturday, as the third wave's uncontrolled spread prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to urge Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving. The rise has prompted governors to renew mask mandates and limits on social gatherings.

U.S. records over 12 million cases of coronavirus

The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States was on track to surpass 12 million on Saturday, just days ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday that health experts have warned could fuel the surging spread of infection around the country.The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States was on track to surpass 12 million on Saturday, just days ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday that health experts have warned could fuel the surging spread of infection around the country.

U.S. nears 12 million COVID-19 cases ahead of Thanksgiving holiday | Reuters

By Gabriella Borter (Reuters) - The United States recorded its 12th million COVID-19 case on Saturday, even as millions of Americans were expected to travel for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, ignoring warnings from health officials about furthering the spread of the infectious disease. More than 12,010,000 cases of the coronavirus were reported, according to a Reuters tally of public health data, capping a series of days with record-breaking infections, with the Midwest experiencing one of the most dramatic increases in cases per capita. The COVID-19 epidemic has claimed more than 255,000 lives in the United States - more than in any other nation - according to the Reuters tally - and the recent escalation has prompted more than 20 states to impose sweeping new restrictions this month to curb the virus. Reuters data shows the pace of new U.S. infections has quickened, with nearly one million more cases recorded in just the last 6 days before the latest record. This compares with the 8 days it took to get from 10 million cases to 11 million, and the 10 days it took to get from 9 million to 10 million. More than 1 million people flew through U.S. airports on Friday, according to data from the Transportation Security Administration, fueling fears of even greater spread of the virus. It was the second-heaviest domestic air traffic day since the start of the pandemic, despite pleas from health officials for Americans to stay home. This is the 2nd time since the pandemic passenger volume has surpassed 1 million, TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein wrote on Twitter on Saturday. Friday marked another milestone in the United States as the highest number of new COVID-19 cases was reported - 196,815 infections in a day. Health officials have warned that the burgeoning wave of infections could soon overwhelm the healthcare system if people do not follow public health guidance, particularly around not traveling and mingling with other households for Thursday's traditional Thanksgiving celebration. Still, video footage on Twitter showed more than a hundred people, wearing masks, crowding departure gates at Sky Harbor airport in Phoenix, Arizona, on Friday. Lines for TSA checkpoints and kiosks at Chicago O'Hare airport were also long on Friday and reminiscent of pre-pandemic times, local TV station WGN reported. The number of Thanksgiving air travelers was expected to decline by 47.5% from 2019, but nonetheless, 2.4 million people were forecast to take to the skies, according to a report earlier this month from the American Automobile Association. It said the number traveling by car was expected to fall by only about 4%. For those who are considering making a trip, the majority will go by car, which provides the flexibility to modify holiday travel plans up until the day of departure, AAA Senior Vice President Paula Twidale said in a statement. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has issued a strong recommendation to Americans to refrain from all kinds of travel over Thanksgiving. We're alarmed with the exponential increase in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths, CDC official Henry Walke told reporters on Thursday. Seven governors of Midwestern states- Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan - encouraged their residents to heed medical advice over the holidays and not to celebrate Thanksgiving with people outside their households. In a video message, the governors also referred to the recent announcement from Pfizer Inc that its COVID-19 vaccine is more than 90% effective. Pfizer said it would seek emergency-use authorization of its vaccine from U.S. regulators, the first such application. This is great news, but it doesn't mean we can let our guard down, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker said. (Reporting by Gabriella Borter in Fairfield, Connecticut; Additional reporting by Anurag Maan in Bengaluru and Rich McKay in Atlanta; Editing by Daniel Wallis and Dan Grebler)By Gabriella Borter (Reuters) - The United States recorded its 12th million COVID-19 case on Saturday, even as millions of Americans were expected to travel for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, ignoring warnings from health officials about furthering the spread of the infectious disease. More than 12,010,000 cases of the coronavirus were reported, according to a Reuters tally of public health data, capping a series of days with record-breaking infections, with the Midwest experiencing one of the most dramatic increases in cases per capita. The COVID-19 epidemic has claimed more than 255,000 lives in the United States - more than in any other nation - according to the Reuters tally - and the recent escalation has prompted more than 20 states to impose sweeping new restrictions this month to curb the virus. Reuters data shows the pace of new U.S. infections has quickened, with nearly one million more cases recorded in just the last 6 days before the latest record. This compares with the 8 days it took to get from 10 million cases to 11 million, and the 10 days it took to get from 9 million to 10 million. More than 1 million people flew through U.S. airports on Friday, according to data from the Transportation Security Administration, fueling fears of even greater spread of the virus. It was the second-heaviest domestic air traffic day since the start of the pandemic, despite pleas from health officials for Americans to stay home. "This is the 2nd time since the pandemic passenger volume has surpassed 1 million," TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein wrote on Twitter on Saturday. Friday marked another milestone in the United States as the highest number of new COVID-19 cases was reported - 196,815 infections in a day. Health officials have warned that the burgeoning wave of infections could soon overwhelm the healthcare system if people do not follow public health guidance, particularly around not traveling and mingling with other households for Thursday's traditional Thanksgiving celebration. Still, video footage on Twitter showed more than a hundred people, wearing masks, crowding departure gates at Sky Harbor airport in Phoenix, Arizona, on Friday. Lines for TSA checkpoints and kiosks at Chicago O'Hare airport were also long on Friday and "reminiscent of pre-pandemic times," local TV station WGN reported. The number of Thanksgiving air travelers was expected to decline by 47.5% from 2019, but nonetheless, 2.4 million people were forecast to take to the skies, according to a report earlier this month from the American Automobile Association. It said the number traveling by car was expected to fall by only about 4%. "For those who are considering making a trip, the majority will go by car, which provides the flexibility to modify holiday travel plans up until the day of departure," AAA Senior Vice President Paula Twidale said in a statement. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has issued a "strong recommendation" to Americans to refrain from all kinds of travel over Thanksgiving. "We're alarmed with the exponential increase in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths," CDC official Henry Walke told reporters on Thursday. Seven governors of Midwestern states- Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan - encouraged their residents to heed medical advice over the holidays and not to celebrate Thanksgiving with people outside their households. In a video message, the governors also referred to the recent announcement from Pfizer Inc that its COVID-19 vaccine is more than 90% effective. Pfizer said it would seek emergency-use authorization of its vaccine from U.S. regulators, the first such application. "This is great news, but it doesn't mean we can let our guard down," Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker said. (Reporting by Gabriella Borter in Fairfield, Connecticut; Additional reporting by Anurag Maan in Bengaluru and Rich McKay in Atlanta; Editing by Daniel Wallis and Dan Grebler)

The seven-day rolling average of new COVID-19 cases reached more than 165,000 on Thursday.The seven-day rolling average of new COVID-19 cases reached more than 165,000 on Thursday.

Coronavirus: US COVID-19 deaths, already at 2000 a day, expected to surge after Thanksgiving | Newshub

A US health official on Friday appealed to Americans to avoid unnecessary travel and limit social gatherings during the Thanksgiving holiday.A US health official on Friday appealed to Americans to avoid unnecessary travel and limit social gatherings during the Thanksgiving holiday.

As pandemic worsens, top US COVID-19 official issues Thanksgiving appeal | Inquirer News

A leading U.S. health official on Friday appealed to Americans to avoid unnecessary travel and limit social gatherings during the Thanksgiving holidayA leading U.S. health official on Friday appealed to Americans to avoid unnecessary travel and limit social gatherings during the Thanksgiving holiday

Top US Coronavirus official issues Thanksgiving appeal as pandemic worsens - The Standard

Americans are being warned against travelling over Thanksgiving as the pace of new coronavirus infections in the US is accelerating.Americans are being warned against travelling over Thanksgiving as the pace of new coronavirus infections in the US is accelerating.

US coronavirus cases soar past 12 million as Americans warned against Thanksgiving travel | SBS News

The coronavirus surge is taking an increasingly dire toll across the U.S. just as a vaccine appears close at hand.The coronavirus surge is taking an increasingly dire toll across the U.S. just as a vaccine appears close at hand.

Daily COVID-19 deaths in US reach highest level since May

The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States was on track to surpass 12 million on Saturday, just days ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday that ...The number of COVID-19 cases in the United States was on track to surpass 12 million on Saturday, just days ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday that ...

US hits 12 million COVID-19 cases as many Americans defy Thanksgiving travel guidance - CNA

The surging coronavirus is taking an increasingly dire toll across the U.S. just as a vaccine appears close at hand, with the country now averaging over 1,300 COVID-19 deaths per day — the highest level since the calamitous spring in and around New York City. The overall U.S. death toll has reached about 254,000, by […]The surging coronavirus is taking an increasingly dire toll across the U.S. just as a vaccine appears close at hand, with the country now averaging over 1,300 COVID-19 deaths per day — the highest …

Daily average COVID-19 deaths in U.S. reach highest level since spring | KTLA

The surging coronavirus is taking an increasingly dire toll across the U.S. just as a vaccine appears close at hand, with the country now averaging over 1,300 COVID-19 deaths per day — the highest …

Daily average COVID-19 deaths in U.S. reach highest level since spring | KTLA

The United States recorded its 12th million COVID-19 case on Saturday, even as millions of Americans were expected to travel for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, ignoring warnings from health officials about furthering the spread of the infectious disease.The United States recorded its 12th million COVID-19 case on Saturday, even as millions of Americans were expected to travel for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, ignoring warnings from health officials about furthering the spread of the infectious disease.

US health authorities are bracing for further increases in Covid-19 infections, hospitalisations and deaths, capping a week in which the spread of...

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