by Computed Threat on 1/07/2021 07:51:00 PM
The United States is now balancing near to 2 million tests daily. Based upon the experience of other nations, for sufficient test-and-trace (and seclusion) to minimize infections, the percent favorable requirements to be under 5% (most likely near to 1%), so the United States has far a lot of day-to-day cases – and percent favorable – to do efficient test-and-trace.
There were 1,914,839 test results reported over the last 24 hr.
There were 266,197
Over 19,000 United States deaths have actually been reported up until now in January. See the chart on US Daily Deaths here.
This information is from the COVID Tracking Project.
The percent favorable over the last 24 hr was 13.9% (red line is 7 day average). The percent favorable is determined by dividing favorable outcomes by overall tests (consisting of pending).
And have a look at COVID Act Now to see how each state is doing. (upgraded link to brand-new website)
• Record 7-Day Deaths
• Record 7-Day Cases