The United States suffered the most from the pandemic, with 2,788,395 cases and a death toll of 129,306, the tally showed.The country's daily new cases kept breaking record in recent days, adding over 52,000 on Thursday.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the USA accounts for about a quarter of coronavirus cases world-wide and the nation's death toll climbed above 128,000 earlier this week.
The rising coronavirus cases come amid waring by World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus who said that COVID-19 cases were growing at the rate of "160,000 on every single day" worldwide.
With a population of 21 million, Florida revealed 10,109 new COVID-19 cases Thursday, a new single-day record high. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has now ordered that face coverings must be worn in public across most of the state. "From the Colorado standpoint, we're well aware of what's going on around us and we're very anxious", said Dr Michelle Barron, medical director of infection prevention and control at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital.
The UAE reported 400 new cases of the coronavirus on Thursday, along with 504 recoveries and one death.
As infection rates continue rising in 36 states, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is projecting almost 148,000 deaths in the U.S. by the end of the month.
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In California, too, hospitalizations are up more than 40% from two weeks ago, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) responded with new restrictions: closing bars, indoor restaurants, movie theaters, zoos and museums in 19 counties.
Other countries around the world are reporting an increase in virus cases.
In the United States, the rise of Coronavirus cases has become a matter of concern before American Independence Day on July 4. Many towns have cancelled fireworks displays. Fauci warned that if people don't start complying, "we're going to be in some serious difficulty". In California and Florida, the beach will remain closed.
Meanwhile, the government reported that US unemployment fell to 11.1% in June as the economy added a solid 4.8 million jobs.
According to John Hopkins University, there were 51,200 new cases in the U.S. on Wednesday. It listed Georgia as having 90,493 reported cases. The state also reported 67 deaths for the second time in a week and 325 new hospitalisations, one of the biggest 24-hour jumps in Florida yet. It reported 8,076 new cases Wednesday.