According to an analysis by the Wall Street Journal, new coronavirus infections in the US are on a downward trend as the country reports the lowest number of new cases in nearly a week, according to an analysis by the Wall Street Journal.
The US reported fewer than 47,000 new cases on Sunday, the Journal reported, citing data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
The total number of US cases surpassed 5 million on Sunday and the death toll in the US was 163,077 as of Monday morning.
According to the Journal’s analysis, the seven-day average for new cases has been on a downward trend for over two weeks. The newspaper reported that daily cases fell from more than 67,000 on July 22 to 53,905 on Saturday.
According to the Journal̵7;s analysis, the seven-day average is also lower than the 14-day average since July 26, which, according to the Journal’s analysis, signaled a drop in the number of cases.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the United States has reported more coronavirus infections than other countries. Globally, there are more than 19.9 million cases of COVID-19.