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Pennsylvania, one of the battlefield states in the upcoming presidential election, announced its biggest one-day increase in coronavirus cases on Tuesday.

A further 2,7551 people tested positive, the state health department said this afternoon, compared to a one-week low of 1,407 on Monday and 1,5557 on Tuesday last week.

Wisconsin announced a record jump in coronavirus cases and deaths on Tuesday, reflecting weeks of embarrassment in the state of political turmoil.

Authorities released 5,262 confirmed cases on Monday afternoon, surpassing the previous one-day record of 4,891 on Tuesday last week. The state health department has blamed the coronavirus for another 644 deaths.

About 4,300 new cases of coronavirus were found in Florida on Tuesday, taking its seven-day average to its highest level in just seven months.

Voters line up at a polling station in Hialeah, Florida

The state of Sunshine averaged more than 3,700 new cases per day last week, the highest seven-day rate since August 24.

The number of new coronavirus cases in Arizona rose to more than a thousand on Tuesday, the highest death toll in nearly a week.

A further 1,177 people tested positive in the last 24 hours, according to authorities, from 1,701 on Monday to 1,040 on Tuesday last week.

New coronavirus cases and deaths were reported in California on Tuesday that both fell below their respective averages last week.

Authorities said 3,717 people tested positive in the past 24 hours, up from 3,971 on Monday and 3,26 on Tuesday last week. John was. Another 43 deaths were attributed to the coronavirus.

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