Texas saw its highest one-day increase in new coronavirus cases over the weekend

(Natural News) Over the past weekend, Texas, North Carolina and Arizona have all reported a steady increase in new cases, raising concerns on whether reopening early can lead to more damaging consequences. Texas reported 1,801 new cases on Saturday, its largest one day-increase in cases. North Carolina also saw its largest single-day jump, with 853 new cases on...
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