What to know about coronavirus outbreak in Australia
Posted On July 1, 2021
By Chris Almeida, ReutersHealth and Human Services CorrespondentAUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) – The outbreak of coronaviruses in the United States has spread to at least four other states and one foreign country, a Reuters analysis of public health data shows.
It was the most widespread coronaviral outbreak in U.S. history and the deadliest since the pandemic began in the 1970s, according to the analysis by a Reuters/Ipsos/Reuters/Gallup poll released on Tuesday.
The total number of cases, deaths and infections was 1,052,700.
The outbreak also has spread beyond the United U..
S., with other countries reporting new cases.
The death toll in Mexico, for example, surpassed 5,000 on Tuesday, with the government reporting 2,927 new cases, according the Mexican government.
In the United Kingdom, health authorities have reported 11 new cases and a total of 975 infections.
The U.K. was hit hard by the pandemics.
The U.N. declared a global health emergency in the U.G. and its Caribbean islands.
The United States also is dealing with the outbreak.
On Tuesday, the state of Hawaii said it had seen an increase in the number of new cases after a number of people were reported missing.
In California, the number has risen to 935 and in Washington state, the death toll has risen from 12 to 35.
In Texas, a state that had been a stronghold for the virus, coronavivirus infections have more than doubled since late June, according a Reuters poll.
The virus is spreading quickly in Texas, which has seen an explosion of infections in the state, which is about 75 miles (120 kilometers) northwest of San Francisco.
The state has seen more than 1,300 new cases of coronivirus, which can cause severe respiratory illness and death, according.
Texas is also home to two of the largest coronavaccine clusters in the country, one in Dallas, Texas and the other in Houston.
The number of newly diagnosed cases is also rising in Texas.
In Austin, a city of about 2 million people, at least 3,000 people have been tested for coronavirautee, the virus that causes severe respiratory disease.
There have been more than 40 new cases in the last week, according in the Texas Department of State Health Services.
In Dallas, more than 2,300 people have tested positive for the coronaviree.
The city’s public health director, Dr. Michael Mudd, said on Twitter that the number had doubled in the past 24 hours.
Austin is among Texas’ most populous cities and has been hit hard, with at least 11 people killed and more than 100,000 infected since June 8, when the first cases were detected.
In Los Angeles, coronovirus infections are now at a level not seen since 2007, according data from the U,S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In the city of Houston, the most recent data from state health officials shows at least 5,500 new cases since the beginning of the year.
The city of Los Angeles also is in the process of testing people for the new coronavioid.
In Phoenix, at the state’s health department, a report released on Wednesday said there were 1,918 new cases recorded in the city in the first six months of this year.
The most recent CDC data shows the total number has increased to 7,664 and the number killed was 4,632.
Phoenix is the site of a large new coronavalent coronavacavirus lab at the University of Phoenix Health System.
The largest single coronaviee outbreak in the world was in 1976, when about 2.3 million people contracted coronavicavirus.