Nov. 11 (UPI) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine introduced new restrictions as COVID-19 circumstances elevated of their states and the US set one other day by day file for brand new infections.

The info from researchers at Johns Hopkins College reveals 136,300 new circumstances have been added nationwide Tuesday, topping the earlier mark by about 8,000. New day by day information have been set Nov. 3, Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday.

Mixed, the US has added about 971,000 new circumstances previously eight days, in accordance with Johns Hopkins.

Tuesday additionally noticed probably the most deaths nationwide, about 1,400, since mid-August.

For the reason that begin of the pandemic, there have been 10.26 million coronavirus circumstances and 239,700 deaths in the US, in accordance with Johns Hopkins information.

Hospitalizations reached a file excessive of about 62,000 Tuesday, in accordance with the COVID Monitoring Undertaking. Of these sufferers, about 12,000 have been in intensive care — a degree exceeded solely by the early days of the outbreak in April.

Circumstances have surged in New York, the place Cuomo introduced Wednesday that new restrictions would go into impact Friday. Personal indoor gatherings shall be restricted to 10 individuals, and gymnasiums, bars and eating places should shut every evening at 10 p.m. The curfew will apply solely to eating places licensed by the state liquor authority. Others might present take-out after 10 p.m.

Cuomo advised reporters the unfold of the virus is generally taking place at bars, eating places, gyms and home events.

“COVID is getting worse by the day. Throughout the nation. The autumn surge is right here. We’re taking motion however we want New Yorkers to do their half. Put on a masks. Get examined. Observe all well being tips. Take this critically,” he tweeted.

New York reported 4,820 constructive checks and 21 deaths Tuesday and 1,628 hospitalizations.

The brand new information got here on the identical day Gallup stated in a brand new survey {that a} rising variety of People are involved in regards to the rising well being disaster, however fewer at the moment are keen to take steps to regulate the outbreak, resembling isolation and correct distancing, in comparison with earlier within the pandemic.

DeWine introduced Ohio will reinstitute its statewide masks mandate because the state has reported 50,000 new COVID-19 circumstances inside 13 days.

Beneath the brand new order, retail companies shall be required to submit a face overlaying requirement signal in any respect public entrances and make sure that staff and clients put on masks.

DeWine may even kind a Retail Compliance Unit that may examine companies to make sure compliance. A primary violation will lead to a written warning, whereas a second will end result within the retailer being closed for 24 hours.

“We all know that masks work. They’re the simplest, most cost-effective approach to restrict the unfold of COVID-19,” he stated at a day press convention Wednesday.

In Texas, the El Paso space has seen a surge in circumstances and deaths. Officers say lots of have died and funeral houses are struggling to maintain up. Some funeral residence administrators at the moment are having to create impromptu physique storage areas to manage.

Christopher Lujan, director of the Sundown Funeral Properties in El Paso, advised KDBC-TV he is transformed a music room right into a walk-in cooler for storage.

“Hopefully we get individuals to know that this pandemic is critical,” he stated.

Space hospitals are additionally inundated with sufferers. Among the critically unwell have been airlifted to different places in New Mexico and Texas.

In Illinois, Gov. J.B. Pritzker stated his state is coping with the worst surge of the pandemic to date, with hospitalizations spiking to about 4,200 per day.

Pritzker urged residents to put on masks and suggested in opposition to giant vacation gatherings for the protection of front-line well being staff.

“They want your assist,” he advised reporters. “The nation is in a precarious place proper now on this pandemic.”