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Nation records highest single-day death toll since April 30 with 2,597 fatalities

COVID risk to ALL Americans is at a historic high,' White House warns

  • All of the U.S. is in danger due to COVID-19, said the White House coronavirus task force in one of its most dire reports sent secretly to US states this week 
  • A map in the report, obtained by NBC News, reveals that almost the entire U.S. is deep red, indicating more than 500 new infections were reported per capita in nearly every state 
  • North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and 16 other states top the list for most inundated states  
  • Tuesday's death toll was the highest recorded in the US since April 30 with 2,597 deaths 
  • Hospitalizations set yet another record for the fourth day in a row with 98,691 Americans in inpatient care 
  • Britain approved the Pfizer jab on Wednesday but the US is waiting for the FDA to meet to discuss the shot on December 10, drawing outrage from Americans 
  • Florida became the third state in the US to record more than one million coronavirus cases, following Texas and California
  • The US recorded 180,083 new infections on Tuesday with single-day records set in at least four states
  • Officials in multiple states say that the record cases, hospitalizations and deaths may reflect lags from the Thanksgiving holiday 


  • New cases per capita are shown on a gruesome map in the report, in which nearly the entire U.S. appears as one giant hotspot, with 19 states including North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and New Mexico, ranking as top areas of concern after reporting at least 500 new cases per every 100,000 residents last week. 

    A second map shows 27 states, including the Dakota, New Mexico and Montana, suffered more than 100 deaths per 100,000 residents last week.  

    It comes after Dr Scott Atlas, President Trump's divisive appointee to the task force resigned on Monday - the same night that the president hosted the first of his 20 planned lavish Christmas parties, where Trump teased a 2024 election run in front of a crowd of mostly maskless guests. 

    The White House task force went so far as to tell local health officials that they 'must' alert the public of the risk of coronavirus directly if state officials don't enact policies and recommendations to protect people from coronavirus, effectively directing health officials to go over the heads of other government authorities. 

    On Tuesday, U.S. recorded its highest single-day death toll since April 30 with 2,597 fatalities, according to a DailyMail.com analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University. 

    For the fourth day in a row, the number of Americans hospitalized for COVID-19 hit a record-high on Tuesday, with 98,691 people getting inpatient treatment, data from the Covid Tracking Project show.  

    'I have no doubt that we're going to see a climbing death toll...and that's a horrific and tragic place to be,' Josh Michaud, associate director of global health policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation, told the AP. 

    'It's going to be a very dark couple of weeks.'

    Climbing deaths and hospitalizations in the U.S. underscore the urgent need to get a coronavirus vaccine approved - but Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisors aren't scheduled to decide whether to give emergency authorization to Pfizer's jab until next week, despite the shot getting the green light from officials in the U.K.

    In the meantime, CDC officials shortened quarantine times for people who have been exposed to coronavirus from two weeks to seven days with a negative test or 10 days without a test - but warned Americans not to travel for the upcoming holidays in a feeble attempt to prevent another 'superspreading' event after Thanksgiving.  

    The White House coronavirus task force's latest report warns that 'the COVID threat to all Americans is at an historic high' as it reveals that 19 US states saw more than 500 new cases for every 100,000 residents last week 

    A second map from the White House report shows 27 states, including the Dakota, New Mexico and Montana, suffered more than 100 deaths per 100,000 residents last week

    A second map from the White House report shows 27 states, including the Dakota, New Mexico and Montana, suffered more than 100 deaths per 100,000 residents last week 

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