Coronavirus pandemic: Cases surge across US as Chicago enters lockdown
The #US surpassed 11 million #coronavirus cases Sunday, adding one million new cases in less than a week, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University. The dizzying rise came as cities and states across the United States were implementing new restrictions to try to halt the spread of the virus, with stay-at-home orders set to be imposed on #Chicago Monday.
Los Angeles County enters a three-week shutdown #coronavirus Hospitalisations are rising as European countries address an aggressive second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Communities across the country are announcing new coronavirus restrictions as cases continue to surge. CBS News correspondent Ian Lee joins "CBSN AM" to talk about the latest numbers. NBC News' Morgan Chesky speaks to health officials in El Paso, Texas, as a surge in coronavirus cases forces the city to increase its number of mobile morgues. These facilities are needed to deal with the rise of hospitalizations and deaths due to the virus.