The United States reported 184,514 new Covid-19 cases and 1,431 deaths on Friday, according to Johns Hopkins University.
This is the highest number of cases reported in a single day in the country since the pandemic began, and continues a four-day streak of record-breaking totals.
In total, there are at least 10,737,335 Covid-19 cases and 244,332 people have died in the US, according to JHU.
The totals include cases from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and other US territories, as well as repatriated cases.
Here are the worst days in the US so far:
- November 13: 184,514 cases
- November 12: 153,496 cases
- November 11: 143,231 cases
- November 10: 140,290 cases
- November 7: 128,468 cases
November already was crippling for American communities battling Covid-19 spikes in cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Experts warn it will likely get worse before it gets better -- the US currently has more people hospitalized with Covid-19 than ever before, according to the Covid Tracking Project (CTP).
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