The CDC is now forecasting 23,000 deaths from the virus over the next three weeks. ABC's Alex Presha has details.
Early voting began in Wisconsin on Tuesday, as the state grapples with a recent surge in new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. CBS News campaign reporter Adam Brewster discusses some of the safety measures in place at polling locations and how the key swing state is still up for grabs. CNN's John King breaks down the latest coronavirus case numbers as 25 states see a rise in case counts. Only three states are trending down. The director of Johns Hopkins Center for Heath Security, Dr. Tom Inglesby, joins King to discuss. As coronavirus cases surge in the U.S., many hospitals are reaching their breaking points. In New York City, in-person learning was canceled for the nation's largest public school system after the city's seven-day test positivity rate rose above 3%. CBS News correspondent Mola Lenghi reports on what's happening across the country, and Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the decision to move New York City's public schools to remote learning. As the U.S. continues to deal with a rise in COVID-19, So is Europe.
And France, like much of the continent, is struggling to get control of an autumn surge in cases after a record-setting weekend.
NewsNet's Europe correspondent Ryan Thompson has more from Lyon, France.