Connecticut and Rhode Island are the only 2 states where coronavirus cases are declining as the virus surges in the US
- Thirty-six US states are seeing rising coronavirus cases, two have seen declines, and the remaining 12 are holding steady, per CNN.
- The US has been breaking records for new daily cases, with an all-time one-day high of 40,000 on Friday, according to Johns Hopkins data.
- The surges come around two months after half of US states started reopening in late April and early May without meeting White House requirements.
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