The coronaviruses coronavillae, also known as COVID, are spreading rapidly across the United States, with an estimated 8.8 million cases reported since the beginning of the year.
While some of the cases are in the United Kingdom and Australia, the United states is seeing a greater spread of cases as well.
Here are the top states where COVID has been spreading.
Arizona: 1,821,564 cases Arizona has been the most affected state, with more than 1,000,000 cases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The coronivirus outbreak is centered in Phoenix, Arizona.
On Wednesday, the Phoenix Public Health Department said that at least 3,300 patients had been infected with COVID in Phoenix.
In Phoenix, the city’s healthcare system had received 5,400 infections and 865 cases in the past 24 hours, according the Associated Press.
As of Thursday, more than 10,000 patients were infected in Phoenix and 3,500 in neighboring Flagstaff.
The state’s healthcare systems were shut down in July because of the coronavids spread.
California: 1.2 million cases The number of cases is nearly 1 million.
The Los Angeles County Health Department (LACHD) said that more than 400 people have been infected, according CNN.
The county reported that the number of infections had dropped significantly from the peak of 6,500 infections on July 1.
The LACHD said that its statewide outbreak response team had been unable to control the spread of the virus in California.
More than 1.5 million people have died in the country as of Thursday.
California also has the highest rate of deaths in the world for COVID.
More deaths are expected in the state as the virus spreads.
New Mexico: 1 million cases There have been nearly 1.6 million new cases reported in New Mexico since the end of July.
The first cases were reported in May, according News 2 Albuquerque.
New Mexicans are at high risk for developing the virus, according NMSU Health.
The department has also been working to identify a new coronaviral agent and test new coronvirus vaccines.
In July, the New Mexico State Health Department also said that there were more than 2,000 confirmed cases of COVID since the outbreak began.
Oregon: 2.8 billion cases Oregon has been seeing a much larger number of coronaviscids cases, with nearly 2.5 billion cases reported, according Healthline.
Oregon Health said that it has had 4,400 cases of coronviral disease since the start of the outbreak.
In addition, more people are being hospitalized for COIDS than for other infectious diseases.
The Oregon Health Authority said that the coronviruses rate is highest among young people, with a peak of 1,400 deaths per 100,000 population.
The outbreak is also affecting hospitals, according Oregon Health.
Oregon has the most coronavides cases per capita in the U.S. At least 1,800 people have tested positive for coronavirotic agents in the first six months of this year.
New York: 6.1 million cases New York has seen an outbreak of COIDS that has grown to 6.2 billion cases, which is the most recent tally.
New Yorkers are experiencing the most cases as the state continues to try to contain the spread, according a report by the NY Times.
New figures released by the state health department showed that the COIDS outbreak in the city has been growing since January 1.
As reported by the Times, a total of 1.9 million people in the entire state are living with COIDS and have developed symptoms.
As a result, the state has been working overtime to control COIDS, according NYTimes.
The number has increased every day, but New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered that a maximum of 200,000 doses of the new coronovirus vaccine be distributed to people in New York by the end a week.
The NY Times also reported that coronavoid testing has increased exponentially in New Jersey, and that some New Jersey hospitals have been overwhelmed by COIDS patients.
As the number increases, the coronoviruses death rate has also increased.
Texas: 9.6 billion cases The coronoviral disease is a new type of coroniviral infection.
It is not spread by coughing or sneezing, but by breathing air contaminated with COV-19.
Texas has seen a coronavarias death rate of over 10,600 deaths per 1,,000 people per year.
In the state, the most serious coronavovirus outbreak occurred in Houston, Texas.
On January 20, the Houston Chronicle reported that at a high-level meeting, Texas Governor Greg Abbott had ordered the closure of the state’s two major hospitals for up to 30 days.
The Texas Tribune reported that about 3,000 coronavirias were tested at the hospitals,