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New Covid cases surge in Midwest as weather cools and resistance heats up


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SOURCE: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/new-covid-cases-surge-midwest-weather-cools-resistance-heats-n1243381
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SectionsTVFeaturedMore from NBC Follow NBC News The number of new Covid-19 cases is going up across the Midwest as the temperature is going down, the latest NBC News statistics showed Wednesday.Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska and Wisconsin have seen a greater than 25 percent increase in coronavirus cases in the last two weeks compared to the two weeks before.Minnesota has reported more than a thousand new Covid-19 cases for six days in a row, something that hasn’t happened since the start of the pandemic.Wisconsin set a single day record for coronavirus deaths on Tuesday with 31, the statistics show.And states like Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Wyoming have some of the highest rates of new infections in the country, according to the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center.Ohio, a state that had for a time been able to flatten the curve, shattered its single day record for reported cases with 2,039, The Columbus Dispatch reported."Things will get better," Gov Mike DeWine said ahead of the announcement.

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