The Mississippi State Department of Health reported on Saturday 1,553 new coronavirus cases and 10 new coronavirus deaths.
Another 105 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, putting La Crosse County over 8,000 total. Also, 79 new resident deaths were announced, bringing the resident toll to 18,442.
Oklahoma has reported a total of 193,824 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 1,717 fatalities.
Active positive cases are also at an all-time high in Oneida County with 1,483 active cases as of Sunday. Currently, there are 1,809 people hospitalized with COVID-19, and 24% of those individuals are in the ICU.
Ohio County showed an infection rate on Monday's map of 84.86 positive cases per 100,000 residents with a percent positivity of 8.17.
Statewide, Wisconsin added another 3,831 cases, 117 hospitalizations and 22 deaths.
The new cases were comprised of males and females whose ages range from younger than 1-years-old through their 100s, the city said. It has paused reporting test numbers until Monday, Nov. 30, to clear a backlog of tests. During the pandemic, four people have been hospitalized, but there have been no related deaths and the health center has conducted 2,655 tests.
They are all in stable condition and have been transferred to the isolation unit at Lautoka Hospital according to the standard protocol for confirmed cases.
At 4:45 p.m. Sunday, Johns Hopkins University reported 13,354,088 COVID-19 cases in the United States.
On Saturday, Miami-Dade hospitalizations for COVID-19 complications increased from 680 to 710, according to Miami-Dade County's "New Normal" dashboard.
The age of one person who has tested positive for COVID-19 is presently unknown.
The number of tests administered within the last 7 days between November 21 and November 27 is 415,677 with 49,103 positive cases. Those teams are now following up regularly with 10,307 people who have been exposed to confirmed cases of COVID-19.