NASA On Pause: COVID-19 Cases Soar In Space States

Alabama sees second highest total for daily coronavirus cases, records 25 more deaths, Al,com

"Alabama added 954 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, a large increase over case counts from recent days, and the second highest single-day uptick since the start of the pandemic. The new cases pushed the state's 7-day rolling average up to almost 673, an 80-case increase over Tuesday's average."

New record: Florida sees all-time high of 5,511 newly reported COVID-19 cases, Click Orlando

"As Florida pushes forward on its path to reopening, state health officials continue to report what Gov. Ron DeSantis called an "explosion" of COVID-19 cases. Across the state, new cases of the novel coronavirus are reported by the thousands, with infection numbers surpassing those seen when the pandemic first caused the state to shut down. The Florida Department of Health reported a record-shattering 5,511 new cases of COVID-19 since approximately the same time the day before, as well as 43 new deaths and 258 more hospitalizations. This is the most cases reported in a single day since the pandemic hit Florida in early March."

Gov. Gavin Newsom prepared to 'revert back' to stringent COVID-19 restrictions as CA sees increase in cases, KABC

"Gov. Gavin Newsom says he is prepared to "revert back" to more stringent coronavirus restrictions, if necessary, as California continues to see a rise in cases. During a routine update Monday on COVID-19's impact throughout the state, Newsom stressed the importance for individuals to "mitigate the likelihood and need" to reverse course by being mindful of their actions as more aspects of the economy are reopened."

Gov. Greg Abbott recommends Texans stay home as coronavirus cases surge, Texas Tribune

"Unless you do need to go out, the safest place for you is at your home." Within hours, Abbott made two announcements to alter the reopening process. He scaled back a previous statewide order and gave local officials the ability to place restrictions on outdoor gatherings of over 100 people, a threshold he originally set at 500 people. And Abbott said the state would enact mandatory health standards for child care centers after prior rules became voluntary earlier this month."

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