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Only Two US States Saw Fewer New COVID-19 Cases Last Week

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Only Two US States Saw Fewer New COVID-19 Cases Last Week

Only Two US States Saw Fewer New COVID-19 Cases Last Week

Statistics show the US hasn't managed to get a grip on the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

CNN reports only two US states saw a drop in new coronavirus cases compared to last week -- Connecticut and Rhode Island.

36 states saw an alarming rise in new cases, including Florida, which some experts have cautioned could be the next epicenter.

In a single-day record high since the pandemic began, Florida reported 9,585 new coronavirus cases on Saturday.

However, Florida Gov.

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