U.S. records less than 25,000 daily coronavirus cases, lowest count since June


Less than 25,000 new coronavirus cases were reported on Monday, the lowest number of daily confirmed cases in close to 12 weeks, according to Johns Hopkins University data. 

Just more than 24,000 new cases were tallied Monday with 267 deaths. Over the past week, there have been an average of more than 37,000 U.S. cases reported per day. 

The number of daily cases counted Monday is the lowest since the beginning of summer. The last time the U.S. recorded less than 30,000 cases was in late June. The number of deaths was also the lowest recorded since early July. 

In July, the U.S. was averaging more than 60,000 cases per day and peaked with more than 77,000 cases reported in a single day on July 17. 

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