The United States is not getting out of it. The country has been heavily affected by the epidemic for many months. On Thursday, December 24, when the country crossed the transition between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, Johns Hopkins University counted the positive cases with 325,402 confirmed deaths for 18,456,407 – a benchmark.
As shown in the map below, many counties have been infected with the virus in Los Angeles (665,036 confirmed cases, 9,165 died) in Cook, California, near Chicago, Illinois. In Florida (377,709 cases, 7,908 deaths) or Miami-Dade (280,982 cases, 4,096 deaths).
Other counties, such as Maricopa and Arizona (291,412 cases, 4,781 deaths) were severely affected. The Harris cases near Houston, Texas, account for 224,245 of the 3,283 deaths. Other counties reported particularly high deaths, for example the Kings, the Brooklyn district of New York (111,673 pollutants, 7,645 deaths).
In this second map, look at the evolution of the epidemic and, most importantly, the number of cases state-wise. Unity: It also reveals their political color. For many months now, the management of the epidemic has actually been very different from one state to another and is clearly in the American presidential election campaign.