The United States is facing a potentially deadly coronaviruses pandemic, and that means states have to keep their doors open for those who want to come and work.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released the latest data Friday on coronaviral cases and deaths in the U.S. The number of cases and death rates rose in November, with 5,721 new cases and 9,639 deaths.
It was the highest number of new cases since January, but it still isn’t enough to put a dent in the virus’ global spread.
More than 5 million people have been infected in the US since the start of the pandemic in late 2013.
And this year, more than 30 million people were hospitalized for the virus.
The CDC has reported that the coronavirochaeomarket, or COVID-19, has been a bit quieter this year than in previous years, but that is a far cry from the peak of the outbreak in mid-2014.
The pandemic peaked in March and early April of this year with a global peak in June.
The number of people diagnosed with COVID has been dropping every year, from 6.3 million in March 2015 to 5.8 million in November of that year.
It is now at 1.4 million in the United States, down from 2.4 percent in February.
That is down from 5.6 million in April.
The state of Michigan has seen its cases drop dramatically, dropping from 1.8 percent in December of 2014 to just 1.3 percent in November.
The decline is even more dramatic in California, where COVID infections dropped from 4.9 percent in October to 2.2 percent in the first month of November.
In a release Friday, the CDC said the US has now seen a total of more than 6.6 billion coronavires in the past three years, a number that will rise to 6.8 billion by year’s end.
The CDC said that this number is an increase of nearly 5.7 billion over the last three years.