Crowds hit beaches in Florida and Texas as record COVID numbers surge across country

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Twenty six percent of counties across the United States are now battling uncontrollable coronavirus outbreaks, a data map shows - as the number of infections increased by 40,000 for the third day and forecast models predict at least 150,000 deaths by August.  The data map, compiled by spatial analytics company Esri, shows that the majority of the South and parts of the Southwest are currently experiencing an 'epidemic trend', or uncontrollable spread, of COVID-19 cases.  Updated data from Monday shows that of the 3,141 counties across the US, 824 are currently experiencing an epidemic outbreak and 1,251 are seeing spreading trends, which is an outbreak that could still be controlled if preventative measures are taken. It comes as infections across the US surpassed 40,000 for the third consecutive day on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases to more than 2.5 million. While cases continues to spike - especially in states like Texas, California, Arizona and Florida - deaths appear to be declining across the country. More than 125,000 Americans have now died from coronavirus.

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