New COVID-19 cases in the U.S. spike by 11% over seven days with infections spreading 'rapidly' in the Midwest and New York sees 'alarming' surge in hospitalizations | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

New COVID-19 cases in the U.S. spike by 11% over seven days with infections spreading 'rapidly' in the Midwest and New York sees 'alarming' surge in hospitalizations

The number of new COVID-19 cases rose 11 percent in the United States last week compared to the previous seven days, sparking fears that a second wave of the outbreak is beginning across the nation.

Infections are spreading rapidly in the Midwest, which reported some of the highest positive test rates, according to a Reuters analysis.

New York also experienced an 'alarming' spike in hospitalizations in the last few days, rising almost ten percent.

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