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U.S. Goes Three Straight Days Without Hitting New Peak In Coronavirus Cases, Here's Why That's Excellent News


The positive trend we spoke about yesterday is continuing, as the United States has now gone three straight days without hitting a new high in Coronavirus cases.

Yesterday, our country registered 33,331 new cases, which for the 3rd day in a row was below Saturday's high of 34,196.


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Here's why that's great news:

While cases may rise from one day to another, this new case rate means that the virus is likely slowing at a considerable rate.

Check out this chart from Worldometers:

On top of the slowing new case rate, projected deaths have now fallen once again according to the White House models.

Their model just cut another 20,000 deaths from the original forecast:

All in all, there is more positivity in the Coronavirus situation than ever before!

Keep doing your part, folks. We're going to beat this, but we just need to keep social distancing for a little bit longer and we WILL PREVAIL!

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