Buffalo, New York (WKBW) – Health experts say the latest COVID-19 damage has spread faster than ever since March.
The United States has reached a new milestone with over 12 million cases.
For the second day in a row, the number of positive issues in this country has reached a record high.
Health officials reported more than 193,000 new cases of cholera virus on Friday.
That beats the previous one-day record set last Thursday.
Issues are now spreading in every single state.
Here in New York, the death toll from COVID-19 continues to rise.
34 people died Friday, along with nine in Eri County.
This is the highest number in the region so far.
More than 26,000 New York residents have died since March.
The current seven-day transition in the Eri County Orange Zone is 7.25%.
That is slightly lower than the previous day.
The bad news is that the rate of infection in the Eri County Yellow County is a percentage of the total between Thursday and Friday.
The current seven-day driving average Thursday is 7.58% compared to 6.57%.