Further to this, Having hit the milestone of 100,000 cases per day on November 3rd, just 9 days later the daily tally is 136.000 cases in one day.
Could the US hit 150,000 cases per day before the end of November? it's not something I'd like to bet against.
I posted the above on November 12th, oh how low I was aiming. On that same day I posted the US recorded over 160,000 cases in one day, and on November 20th the US recorded 195,542 new cases in one day.
From CNN.com, with the bit in Italics added by me.
US surpasses 12 million coronavirus cases
There have been at least 12,019,960 cases of coronavirus in the United States, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
The US has added about 2 million new coronavirus cases in the past 12 days. And almost 3 million since the beginning of November
Johns Hopkins recorded the first case of coronavirus in the United States on January 21. After that ...
98 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
At least 255,414 people have died in the United States from coronavirus since the pandemic began.