With more than 5 million COVID-19 patients in the U.S., more than 40% of the U.S. infections came from five states, including California and Florida, according to CNN.

Johns Hopkins University in the U.S. local time counted the number of corona19 confirmed cases in the U.S. on the 9th at 501,679, and the number of deaths at 162,000,555 respectively.

Based on statistics from Johns Hopkins University, in the United States, it took 98 days after the first COVID-19 patient outbreak on January 20 to exceed 1 million.

However, it exceeded 2 million in 43 days, and 1 million was added on July 8, 28 days later.

On July 23, only 15 days after that, it surpassed 4 million, and this time, another 1 million increased in 17 days.

Patients in the top five states, including California, with the most cumulative cases, accounted for more than 40% of all cases.

2,220,000 in these five states, including 555,797 in California, 532,806 in Florida, 49,7,900 in Texas, 42,345 in New York, and 21,3,427 in Georgia. People are infected, accounting for 44% of all confirmed cases in the United States.

The rise of corona19 patients, which had been increasing rapidly in California, Florida, and Texas, has been braked, and this time there are signs of the spread of infection in other states, especially in the central interior.

The state of Illinois said on the 8th that 2,190 new patients had emerged.

The highest number of patients per day since May, and more than 2,000 patients came out for two consecutive days.

The cumulative number of patients in Illinois was 19,3,998 as of 9 days, close to 200,000.

Wisconsin also recorded 1,165 new infections on the 8th, recording the highest patient record per day.