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138 matches for "Coronavirus update":
New Asian Cases Ticking Higher; European Growth Steady, but Rapid
Still Waiting for Results from Europe's Lockdowns; U.S. Cases Soaring
Possible Slowdowns in New Cases in NYC and Some European Countries
In one line: New cases outside the major four outbreaks are accelerating.
In one line: It's beatable: No new domestic China cases yesterday.
In one line: Lockdowns ought to slow case growth by early April.
In one line: The rate of growth of new cases in Italy has levelled off; soon to decline?
First Signs of a Turning Point in Europe as Case Growth Slows?
European Covid-19 Case Growth Appears to be Slowing
In one line: Bending curves in NY, WA offset by rapid increases in other states; Italy continues to improve.
In one line: NYC making real progress, but rapid increases continue in several large states.
In one line: A slight slowing in the rate of increase outside China; Iran is the key exception.
In one line: No slowdown yet in U.S. case growth; risk of explosive outbreaks in NJ, FL, LA.
In one line: U.S. case growth is rapid but seems to be slowing, and beware the risk of explosive new hotspots.
Two Straight Days of Better News from Italy; U.S. Still Deteriorating
In one line: The U.S. Covid-19 Curve isn't bending yet.
In one line: Italian data confirm that aggressive testing and distancing measures work.
In one line: Hoping for Seasonality.
In one line: Expect more U.S. reopenings to pause as cases and hospitalizations soar.
In one line: The proportion of positive U.S. tests may be flattening; good news, if it persists.
In one line: Hospitalizations are falling steadily despite noisy case data, but parts of the south are seeing cases jump.
In one line: The second U.S. wave is spreading, and accelerating.
In one line: U.S. Hospitalizations up 5% Yesterday; Further Big Increases are Inevitable
In one line: More states now having rising cases than falling.
In one line: New U.S. cases up an astounding 55% yesterday; hospitalizations rising.
In one line: New U.S. cases are rising rapidly, but has the rate of increase peaked?
In one line: More testing = more cases, but some southern states have real outbreaks.
Little Evidence that Italy's Lockdown is Working, Yet
In one line: Infection rate data no longer reliable; death rates don't lie, and they are accelerating as the virus spreads.
In one line: Drastic action is coming in Europe, soon.
In one line: Global cases aren't accelerating, but Italy's nightmare deepens.
In one line: A second wave is underway in parts of the South, and it's not all due to rising testing.
In one line: U.S. hospitalizations still falling steadily post-reopening, so far.
In one line: Case growth is slowing in the U.S. and Europe, but Big Risks Remain
In one line: Better news across most of Europe and the U.S., but some states stil face uncontained case growth.
In one line: If it bleeds, it leads: Alarmist media are missing the continued slowdown in U.S. case growth.
In one line: Falling U.S. deaths are a good sign as increased testing reveals more cases.
In one line: Most U.S. states seeing slower case growth, despite increased testing.
In one line: U.S. case growth now well below the pace at the time Germany announced lockdown easing.
In one line: Germany is headed for near-zero new cases by the end of May.
In one line: Test data anomalies make it hard to see case trends; deaths are falling.
In one line: The overall U.S. picture is improving slowly, but hotspots are worrying.
U.S. Cases Falling Again but the Positive Test Rate is Stubbornly High
U.S. Test Positivity is Stuck At 5%; Europe's Second Wave Persists
In one line: New U.S. cases are falling again; Europe's second wave is still increasing.
In one line: Europe outside Italy is in trouble; more days like yesterday will result in broad lockdowns.
In one line: Covid-19 outbreaks fading in China, Korea; Elsewhere, not.
In one line: New U.S. Cases have flattened; hospitalizations falling less quickly.
In one line: U.S. college spikes continue; Spain's second wave is now bigger than the first.
The decline in U.S. hospitalizations is slowing; test positivity still high.
An Interruption to the Downward Trend in U.S. Cases, or a Reversal?
In one line: U.S. data likely distorted by holiday lags, but a second wave may be emerging in parts of the South.
In one line: U.S. testing hits new highs, but cases still falling, just.
In one line: U.S. Case growth is slow and slowing; what will reopening bring?
In one line: Positive U.S. tests dip below 5% as new case numbers start to tumble.
In one line: U.S. Cases are falling, and it's not just a New York story.
In one line: U.S. cases are falling, outside the meat-packing hotspots.
In one line: New global cases rising steadily, not exponentially, but Europe and U.S. outbreaks worsening.
In one line: Outside the big four outbreaks, new cases are rising steadily; they aren't accelerating.
In one line: Fewer non-China cases overall than previous day, but the trend is still rising and the outbreak is accelerating outside the big four.
In one line: Favorable trends across DM; no sign of rebounds after reopenings.
In one line: Disappointing U.S. numbers yesterday no cause for alarm; Germany has almost beaten Covid-19.
In one line: If the uptick in U.S. new cases is real, deaths will follow; don't bet on it.
In one line: More testing = more cases; evidence of a second wave is scant.
In one line: Better news from Florida, but daily new cases still rising in some states.
In one line: U.S. Deaths set to reach 100K by late May, even as case numbers fall.
In one line: The downward trend in U.S. cases continues, but at a slower pace.
In one line: Disappointing U.S. data yesterday, but not disastrous; Florida's uptick is disconcerting.
In one line: Broad improvement hidden by data changes, but wave 2 is emerging in the south.
In one line: Rising southern U.S. cases easily outweighing declines elsewhere.
Slowing Growth in Cases Across the U.S.; Exceptions are PA, LA
Case Growth Slowing but Still Rapid in the U.S. and Much of Europe
The U.S. Curve is a Week Behind Austria's; Can it Stay on Track?
Case Growth Slowing Across DMs as Lockdown Effects Work Through
In one line: The U.S. meat industry is the source of most new infection hotspots.
In one line: U.S. deaths are falling, but the rise in testing seems to have stalled.
More Testing = More Cases, but the True Rate of Spread Likely is Slowing
Florida Dodges the Covid Bullet; Curves Bending in most States
Case Growth Slowing, but the U.S. Need to do Much More Testing
U.S. Cases no Longer Falling; Decline in Hospitalizations is Slowing
In one line: The fall in U.S. new cases is overstated by reduced testing.
In one line: New cases and hospitalizations now falling in most U.S. states.
In One Line: College Outbreaks Driving Spikes in Cases in the Midwest and Alabama
In one line: Changing CDC guidelines mean U.S. testing is likely to drop further.
U.S. cases and hospitalizations continue to fall; first hints of a peak in Europe's second wave?
In one line: The U.S picture is still bad, but it's improving; mixed news from Europe.
In one line: Is the U.S. on the brink of a sustained drop in new Covid-19 cases?
In one line: More U.S. testing but falling positive rate is good news.
Trends in U.S. Cases and Deaths are Falling, Despite Yesterday's Jumps
In one line: New U.S. cases per million will soon be at the levels which prompted easing lockdowns in Italy, Spain and Austria.
In one line: Vigilance will be needed as lockdowns are eased; Covid-19 can spring back.
Cases and Deaths Falling; U.S. Testing Still Inadequate
Daily U.S. Deaths Should Drop Clearly this Week
In one line: As U.S. testing increases, the rate of growth of confirmed cases could rise again for a time.
New U.S. Case have Peaked but Europe and ANZ Doing Much Better
In one line: Progress has slowed in the U.S. and Europe; Japan is miles behind.
In one line: U.S. deaths rocketing; Italy's are falling, with other western Europe not far behind.
In one line: U.S. testing finally gathering pace, but still behind the best in Europe.
In one line: Vastly increased testing is finding more U.S. cases, but deaths are falling.
In one line: U.S. cases rising steadily but should drop next week; Europe improving but Spanish case growth is stubborn.
In one line: The jump in U.S. cases yesterday looks like an outlier... we hope.
In one line: Stubborn case growth and low testing makes U.S. re-opening risky.
In one line: Easing lockdowns in the southern U.S. likely will trigger faster case growth.
In one line: The fall in new U.S. cases is real; it's not just due to reduced testing.
In one line: U.S. cases probably aren't falling as fast as the data suggest
In one line: U.S. Case growth is slowing; daily new cases to start falling in mid/late July
In one line: The post-holiday jump doesn't change the big picture; less bad, at the margin.
In one line: Light at the End of the U.S. Tunnel; and Why are Swedish Cases Plunging?
In one line: U.S. data distorted by the holiday weekend, but some glimmers of hope.
In one line: U.S. hospitalizations are now falling, but progress is very uneven.
In one line: Hospitalizations peaking, but new cases are still rising in many states.
In one line: U.S. new cases falling slowly; deaths will rise until mid-August
In one line: Hotspots on the U.S. Coasts, and the South; elsewhere, mostly improving.
In one line: U.S. regional split deepens; Germany reports rising cases.
In one line: The Memorial Day Covid wave is spreading across the South.
In one line: Southern U.S. hospitalizations are far below the NY peak, but there's no plan in place to stop them rising.
In one line: Rising southern cases offsetting declines elsewhere.
In one line: The southern U.S. Covid picture is deteriorating rapidly.
In one line: Steady overall new U.S. cases hide two very different stories.
In one line: Surging cases in parts of the U.S. south are straining hospitals; restrictions are coming.
In one line: New U.S. cases are now falling; deaths will peak by mid-August
In one line: The U.S. second wave has crested, but the picture is varied across states.
In one line: U.S. Deaths Rising Steadily but Daily Hospitalizations have Stabilized
In one line: The peaking in new cases in Arizona should be followed elsewhere, soon.
In one line: U.S. cases are still rising, but aren't accelerating; hospitalizations steady.
In one line: U.S. deaths are starting to rise, but new cases in Arizona have peaked.
In one line: The rate of increase of U.S. cases is slowing; daily new cases to dip in late July?
In one line: U.S. deaths seem to have flattened; expect a clear drop by month-end.
In one line: New cases outside China accelerating rapidly.
In one line: Have U.S. second-wave deaths peaked already?
In one line: Cases are now flat or falling in the first states to respond to the second wave; others to follow.
In one line: State-by-state picture still very mixed even as U.S. national cases flatten.
In one line: Flattening U.S. hospitalization curve validates the signal from the new case data
In one line: The second U.S. wave is cresting, but some states still seeing sharp increases in cases.
In one line: Better weekend U.S. data were no fluke; cases are peaking
In one line: Disappointing U.S. data yesterday, but the rate of spread of Covid has peaked.
In one line: The U.S. second wave curve is bending; hospitalizations falling.
We have drawn attention over the past couple of weeks in our daily Coronavirus Update to the rising trend in new cases in some states, mostly in the South.
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