By Duncan Smith
It may not seem like much to some people, but it could be the beginning of something huge.
For the second day in a row, new coronavirus positives have fallen below 50,000, when they were averaging 10,000 more than that each day in July.
Now again, these are positive tests — not hospital cases or deaths.
Still, the trend is heading in the right direction, as UPI informs us:
For the second day in a row, researchers say new COVID-19 cases in the United States have numbered under 50,000.
About 45,400 new cases were recorded Monday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, the first time since late June with two straight days under 50,000. There were about 47,500 on Sunday. U.S. cases averaged about 60,000 per day in July.
The university has recorded 4.718 million U.S. cases since the pandemic began and 155,400 deaths.
Remember when we were counting anyone who died after testing positive for swine flu as a swine flu death no matter the actual cause (heart attack, stroke, car crash, gunshot wound)?
Yeah, we don’t either.
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