Johns Hopkins recorded the first case of coronavirus in the United States on January 21. After that ...
8 days later, on April 28, the US hit 1 million cases
44 days later, on June 11, the US hit 2 million cases
27 days later, on July 8, the US hit 3 million cases
15 days later, on July 23, the US hit 4 million cases
17 days later, on August 9, the US hit 5 million cases
22 days later, on August 31, the US hit 6 million cases
25 days later, on September 25, the US hit 7 million cases
21 days later on October 16, the US hit 8 million cases
14 days later, on October 30, the US hit 9 million cases
10 days later, on November 9, the US hit 10 million cases
6 days later, on November 15, the US hit 11 million cases
6 days later on November 21, the US hit 12 million cases
6 days later on November 27, The US hit 13 million cases
6 days later on December 3rd, The US hit 14 million cases
5 days later on December 8th, The US hit 15 million cases
According to the NYT new cases are up 18% over the last 14 day average, while hospitalisations are up 22%, and deaths are up 39% over the same period.
I saw a post on Parler yesterday crying conspiracy and asking
'Why didn't China need a Vaccine to beat Covid-19?'
The answer of course is because China locked down and wore masks, something 50% of Americans are too stupid to do.
I guess being badly ill or dying isn't classed as 'suffering'.