The number of COVID-19 cases is going up in every state as the Delta variant continues to spread across the nation.
An analysis by The New York Times of data from state and local health agencies showed a 7-day average of about 28,000 new cases a day on Thursday, a major jump from around 11,000 daily cases on June 20. That's still better than the last surge in January, when there was a 7-day average of about 255,000 new cases a day.
"This will definitely be a surge," Michael Osterholm, PhD, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, told the Times. "It won't be as big as what happened in January. But we still have 100 million people in the United States who are susceptible to COVID-19."
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