The US surpassed 11 million coronavirus cases on Sunday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, as states across the country moved to enact restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the virus.
The latest milestone comes just six days after the US recorded 10 million cases, per Johns Hopkins data. It was the fastest the US has added one million new cases since the pandemic began.
At least 45 states have reported more new infections this past week compared to the previous week, according to Johns Hopkins University.
"We have this firestorm of coronavirus all across the country," emergency medicine physician Dr. Leana Wen said. "It's not one or two hotspots, the entire country is a hotspot of coronavirus infection."
Nationwide, more than 246,000 people have died including —1,266 new deaths reported on Saturday alone.
Here's a look at where cases are rising across the country compared to last week: