COVID-19 cases are once again surging in the United States. Hospitalizations are also rising while deaths remain steady.
The current epicenter of the crisis runs along the northern US and through the Midwest. In Wisconsin an emergency field hospital has been built to handle the crush of new cases.
Care home COVID-19 cases in some pockets of the UK have risen sharply and Leeds is seeing a spike higher now than in May in the social care sector.
Sky News' Economic Editor Ed Conway takes a closer look at how care homes is coping with COVID-19 in England according to new internal NHS documents. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke about the number of COVID-19 cases in the state and measures to stop the spread The number of daily confirmed COVID-19 cases in Argentina is falling, and the most populated areas in and around Buenos Aries are officially out of lockdown.
The country is preparing for the summer tourist season but with one of the highest death rates in the world, there are fears of a second wave of infections next year.
CGTN's Joel Richards reports. The American Academy of Pediatrics says it has seen a 28% increase in COVID-19 cases among children in the last two weeks. Dr. Dyan Hes, a pediatrician and founder of Gramercy Pediatrics in New York City, joined CBSN with more on that and the alarming surge in cases nationwide ahead of Thanksgiving.