The COVID cases increase in these armed forces states.

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Less than a week before the US presidential election in 2020, new cases of corona virus were reported in the major swing states starting Friday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University (JHU).

In the eight theaters of war listed below, an increase in the average daily number of cases was recorded in the last 14 days. The daily case numbers listed below reflect a seven-day moving average of new daily infections reported from October 16 to 29.

Pennsylvania
Day 1 (October 16): 1,508.86
Day 14 (October 29): 2,344
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 2,344 on October 29
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,508.86 on October 16

Average daily case numbers in Pennsylvania rose sharply from the end of September, after flattening out from the end of July and rising since mid-June. From mid-March to early April, the number rose sharply, before declining until mid-June, according to the JHU.

Michigan
Day 1 (October 16): 1,818.14
Day 14 (October 29): 3,608
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 3,608 on October 29
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,818.14 on October 16

The average daily number of new cases in Michigan has risen sharply since the end of September, after flattening out since late July. According to the JHU, the number rose sharply from mid-March to early April, before declining until early June.

Wisconsin
Day 1 (October 16): 3,099.86
Day 14 (October 29): 4,207.25
Highest daily case number in a 14-day period: 4,569 cases on October 22
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 3,099.86 on October 16

According to the JHU, the average daily case load in Wisconsin has risen sharply since the beginning of September, after flattening out for months since March.

Florida
Day 1 (October 16): 2,957.57
Day 14 (October 29): 3,997
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 3,997 on October 29
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 2,957.57 on October 16

While the average daily number of cases in Florida has increased over the last two weeks, the number has decreased sharply since mid-July when it peaked at 11,870 on July 14. According to JHU, the average number of new daily infections flattened out from late August to early October.

Arizona
Day 1 (October 16): 835.29
Day 14 (October 29): 1,079.25
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,141.60 on October 28
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 835.29 on 16 October

The average number of new cases per day in Arizona has been on an upward trend over the past two weeks. However, the number has declined dramatically since the beginning of July, when it peaked at 3,844 on July 3, and, according to the JHU, flattened out from late August to early October.

North Carolina
Day 1 (October 16): 2,060.71
Day 14 (29 October): 2.230,50
Highest daily case number in the 14-day period: 2,290 on October 26
Lowest daily number of cases in the 14-day period: 2,010.14 on October 22

The average daily number of cases in North Carolina has increased significantly since the end of September. According to the JHU, the number increased from mid-March to early July before decreasing until the end of September.

Nevada
Day 1 (October 16): 642.14
Day 14 (October 29): 712.25
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 814.50 on 27 October
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 642.14 on October 16

The average number of new infections per day in Nevada has been increasing since early September, but has not yet reached the peak levels seen in mid-July. The number remained unchanged from March to the end of May, before rising sharply until mid-July according to the JHU and then declining until early September.

Minnesota
Day 1 (October 16): 1,571.43
Day 14 (October 29): 2,127
Highest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 2,127 on October 29
Lowest daily number of cases in a 14-day period: 1,495.29 on October 20

The average daily number of cases in Minnesota has risen sharply since mid-September, after having flattened out since early May. According to the JHU, the number rose from early April to early May.

The latest surveys on COVID-19

According to the results of an online survey by Reuters/Ipsos of approximately 1,000 likely voters in six swing states, published on Wednesday, 48 to 52 percent of likely voters believe that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would handle the COVID 19 pandemic better, while 38 to 50 percent believe that President Donald Trump would handle it better.

The Florida, Arizona, Michigan and North Carolina polls were conducted October 21-27, while the Wisconsin and Pennsylvania polls were conducted October 20-26. Each survey had a credibility interval of four percentage points, Reuters noted.

The chart below, prepared by Statista, illustrates the profit margins of the U.S. presidential election since 1980.

The broader picture

The novel coronavirus has infected more than 45.1 million people worldwide, including more than 8.9 million in the U.S., since it was first reported in Wuhan, China.

More than 1.1 million people worldwide have died as a result of the infection, while more than 30.3 million are reported to have recovered by Friday, according to the JHU.

The following chart, created by Statista, illustrates the prevalence of COVID 19 cases in the USA.

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