Summer is bringing a new wave of coronavirus hotspots. See how the map is changing.
America's outbreak of coronavirus looks different today than it did in May.
New daily cases are declining in countries that were hit hard in the spring, such as New York and New Jersey in the northeast. In certain states in the south and west of the United States, however, the number of cases is increasing rapidly.
In Alabama, North Carolina, and on the territory of Puerto Rico, the number of new cases has increased in the last four weeks compared to the four weeks before. Daily cases tripled in Montana.
The following table shows the current coronavirus hotspots based on the change in the total number of new daily cases in the past two weeks compared to the total number in the last two weeks. It is updated daily before 11 a.m. ET.
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