More than 44,000 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in the United States on Tuesday, making it another record high for new cases in one day as the pandemic charts a dangerous new surge.

Despite frontline workers taking high risks and working tirelessly to combat the virus, decisions by governments at both federal and state level have seen the number of infections continue to rise, with the situation expected to get worse.

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