A positive new Coronavirus trend has begun in the United States, and we could be looking at the “light at the end of the tunnel” that President Trump keeps talking about.
Daily new cases have failed to reach new highs for the 2nd day in a row, which means we may have seen that “peak” we’ve been so desperately waiting for.
“Daily new cases” is an important metric to follow because it’s one of the best indicators we have to track the actual spread of the Coronavirus. If our new cases kept leaping exponentially, that would indicate that the virus is spreading at an alarming rate.
However, according to the newest data we’ve been given from Worldometers, daily new cases have gone TWO STRAIGHT DAYS without reaching a new high (which was set on Saturday).
This appears to be the formation of a “peak” in new cases. This doesn’t mean that cases won’t rise from one day to the next, but it does mean that the daily new cases aren’t reaching new peaks.
This is crucial in our progress as a country.
Even if we do reach a new peak in the coming days, we will still be able to say that the growth is “slowing”!
As Clay Travis points out, “this is the first time we’ve gone two straight days without setting a new daily high in cases since the outbreak began”:
Best news of all? Our Coronavirus deaths are coming in 20% LOWER than projected:
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