Novel coronavirus pneumonia has reached 6113182 forenoon at 10:28 a.m. in Beijing, and 185707 deaths have been reported, according to statistics from the Johns Hopkins University of America. At 10:28 a.m. < / P > < p > the epidemic continues to spread in the United States. New confirmed cases are still on the rise in 16 U.S. states and regions. The epidemic situation in many central states is serious, and the epidemic situation in American schools continues to worsen, U.S. media reported Tuesday. Novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed by the
American Broadcasting Company 2 reported that the US Federal Emergency Response Agency internal memo showed that 16 new states of the United States and new confirmed cases of pneumonia confirmed an upward trend. The report points out that although the nationwide virus testing positive rate in the United States has decreased compared with the previous week’s data, the virus testing positive rate in some states is still high, and South Dakota, located in the central part of the United States, has the highest virus testing positive rate, more than 15%. About 30% of all counties in the state are experiencing community transmission. In addition, according to CNN, the positive rate of virus testing in Iowa is also over 10%. It is reported that in the past week, both the newly diagnosed cases and the positive rate of virus testing in Iowa are on the rise. The governor of Illinois said on the 2nd that in response to the epidemic situation, the state was divided into 11 regions, and the positive rate of virus detection in 9 of the 11 regions continued to rise in the past two weeks. < / P > < p > previously, some US experts said that following the concentrated outbreak of the epidemic in the northeast of the United States in spring and the surge in the number of cases in the western and southern regions in summer, the Midwest may become a new “disaster area”. < / P > < p > the epidemic situation in American schools is also worsening. U.S. media reported that the number of new confirmed cases at the University of Mississippi increased by about 90% in the past week. The University of Miami, Ohio, has more than 100 percent more cases than the previous week.