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U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Near 130,000; Florida And Texas Report Record Case Numbers

Florida and Texas reported their biggest daily rise in new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the past few days as deaths in the U.S. continue to rise.
People visit Jacksonville Beach on Saturday in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Coronavirus cases are spiking in states including Florida, Texas and Arizona. Source: Sam Greenwood

Nearly 130,000 people in the United States have died from the coronavirus and more than 2,800,000 people have been infected, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Both Florida and Texas reported their biggest daily rise in new confirmed cases over the past and another 9,999 on Sunday. Texas reported a record followed by 3,449 on Sunday. California reported 5,410 new cases on Sunday and Arizona reported .

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