The United States on Thursday reported the most cases it has seen in a single day in nearly two months — more than 56,000 new cases were added yesterday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Meanwhile, only 2 states are showing a downward trend in new cases compared to the previous week — Hawaii and Alabama.
At least 28 states are showing upward trends and 20 states are holding steady.
Ten states saw their highest seven-day averages for new daily cases yesterday, per Johns Hopkins University data: Alaska, Colorado, Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
Here's a look at where new cases are rising across the country: