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The U.S. now has 12,053 known cases of versions that can spread COVID-19 more easily, dodge some resistances and treatments, or both.California alone reported 289 new variant cases Tuesday, bringing it up to 865 recognized cases. Californias P. 1 case count likewise took off, moving from seven recognized cases on Sunday to 33 recognized cases Tuesday. West Virginia went from just 3 known alternative cases on Sunday to 53 on Tuesday, while Nevada went from 11 cases on Sunday to 63 cases on Tuesday.

— Karen WeintraubUS tops 12K known COVID alternative casesThe United States has reported more recognized coronavirus variations in the last week– nearly 4,300– than it reported through the middle of March, a USA TODAY analysis of CDC data shows.Tuesday nights tally reflected more than 1,000 new cases just considering that Sundays report. The U.S. now has 12,053 known cases of variations that can spread COVID-19 more quickly, dodge some treatments and resistances, or both.California alone reported 289 brand-new alternative cases Tuesday, bringing it up to 865 recognized cases. Californias P. 1 case count also exploded, moving from seven known cases on Sunday to 33 known cases Tuesday. West Virginia went from simply three recognized alternative cases on Sunday to 53 on Tuesday, while Nevada went from 11 cases on Sunday to 63 cases on Tuesday. Ohio reported its very first two cases of the B. 1.351 variant very first seen in South Africa.