COVID tally: There are at least 42,000 new infections in the U.S. each day

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The seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in the U.S. is 42,900, as of Thursday, according to the New York Times tracker. That’s up 5% over the last two weeks. COVID hospitalizations largely remain steady, at a seven-day average of 28,531 and up 2% over the last 14 days. About 338 people are still dying from COVID every day. Those numbers have also stayed relatively stable and are up 4% over the last two weeks.

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