More than 11.49 million new crown confirmed cases have been reported in the United States since the new crown pandemic began,media BGR reported. Nearly a year later, Lovin County, Texas, reported its first confirmed case of a new crown this week. There are now new confirmed cases in every county in the United States.
The New York Times reported this week that until Tuesday, Lovin County, which has fewer than 200 residents, had not recorded any confirmed cases of COVID-19 — making this particular county an exception to the new U.S. crown rule. According to the New York Times, cases have been reported in every county in the rest of the country… On Tuesday, Rowan County finally joined them. The cases were suddenly confirmed, and county officials did not seem to know how to explain them.
According to New York Times reporter J. David Goodman said he found that local officials did not count COVID-19-positive people who were tested locally but were not residents. That’s because state health officials only allow counties to report cases involving county residents. Goodman reported Tuesday that an oil worker who went to work there for a short time had been diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia.
Lovin County is also reported to be one of the least populous counties in the U.S. mainland, with fewer than 200 people spread over nearly 670 square miles of land. The small population and its dispersion is thought to be one of the reasons it was able to avoid the new coronavirus.