Coronavirus Sets New Records with Unfettered Growth

Coronavirus is back to setting records, with Germany reporting more cases than ever before, as are Hungry, Poland, and Romania.  Rising cases across Europe contributed to a record 443,751 case total in the past 24 hours, also a record, leading to a global total of 41.3 million cases as reported by Johns Hopkins.

Since Monday’s coronavirus update, both Argentina and Spain have surpassed the 1 million COVID-19 case mark, the fifth and sixth countries to do so.

Here’s an interesting story: Italy Did Everything Right to Stop a Second Wave of Coronavirus. So What Went Wrong?

The U.S.Reported 62,751 new cases in the past 24 hours, for a total of just under 8.4 million.  There were also 1,170 deaths for a total of 222,157.  The U.S. is now reporting more cases per day than India, where case growth has finally slowed.

As numbers rise, look for governments to use the threat to impose more restrictions and make your plans accordingly.

Author: The Pickled Prepper

The Pickled Prepper has been preparing for the end of the world for about 25 years and figures he’ll keep going until either it catches up with him, or he catches up with it.