As US Covid-19 cases rise above 2.5m, is the country undergoing a second wave? - BBC Newsnight
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Texas, Florida and California are among US states to have reversed or paused the easing of coronavirus restrictions as cases surged after lockdowns begun to lift.
The number of reported infections in the US has now surpassed 2.5 million and over 125,000 Covid-19-related deaths have been confirmed nationwide - more than in any other country.
Worldwide, the virus has been linked to more than 500,000 deaths, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
US Correspondent David Grossman reports from Washington DC and in the studio Emily Maitlis is joined by Mayor of Wichita Falls in Texas, Stephen Santellana.
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