Deaths from COVID-19 are rising again, according to the data from Johns Hopkins University the three-day daily average has increased to more than 600 fatalities.
The rate of positive coronavirus tests is rapidly increasing in the states of Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida especially, it could portend worse to come in the weeks ahead.
Florida has seen COVID-19 deaths jump 35% over the last week, while inTexas the death rate climb by 106%. California has also seen a major increase in fatalities, reporting 29% more this week than last, as per CNBC’s analysis.
The US Centers for Disease Control has projected as many as 160,000 could be dead from COVID-19 by the end of July.
At least 133,901 people have died in the US from COVID-19,
The US has now recorded a total of 3,242,073 infections, according to the Johns Hopkins database on coronavirus.