A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now infected more than 66.4 million people and killed over 1.5 million worldwide, according to real-time data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
Colorado's first gentleman hospitalized for worsening COVID symptoms
Colorado's first gentleman Marlon Reis, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus last week with his partner Gov. Jared Polis, was hospitalized Sunday after his condition worsened, the governor's office said.
Reis experienced a "slightly worsening cough and shortness of breath," on his eighth day of the virus, according to the governor's office.
Polis drove Reis in his own vehicle to the hospital, according to the governor's office.
"Governor Polis is not experiencing any additional symptoms at this time," the governor's office said in a statement.
-ABC News' Clayton Sandell
Record level of hospitalizations continues to jump
The U.S. has hit another record level for coronavirus related hospitalizations, according to the COVID Tracking Project.
There are at least 101,487 Americans hospitalized as of Sunday evening, the tracking project tweeted.
There were over 176,000 new cases and 1,138 new deaths recorded Sunday, according to the health data.
The seven-day average for the tracking project's main metrics also saw new record highs. The seven-day average for new cases was 191,736, for deaths were 2,171 and hospitalizations were 99,939, according to the health data.
US recorded 100,000 cases daily over last month
The U.S. has now reported over 100,000 cases every day for more than a month straight, and over 200,000 cases for the last three consecutive days, according to health data.
The country reported more than 1.3 million COVID-19 cases in the last week, which is more than any other week on record, the health data showed.
In the last month, the average number of daily cases has doubled.
The U.S. is currently averaging over 186,793 new coronavirus cases every day, the highest the average has been since the beginning of the pandemic, according to health data.
Since last week, there have been nearly new 15,000 COVID-19 related deaths, with five days over the 2,000 mark, the health data showed.
That is roughly equivalent to 88 COVID-19 related deaths reported every hour.
The U.S. is currently averaging 2,123 reported COVID-19 deaths a day, that average has increased by 142% since last month, according to the health data.
Hospitalizations continue to surge to unprecedented levels, with over 101,000 patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19 across the country, according to the health data.
Current hospitalizations have nearly doubled in the last month, the health data showed.
-ABC News' Arielle Mitropoulos
LA records more than 10,000 new cases
Los Angeles County set a new record number of coronavirus cases Sunday, the Health Department said.
The county saw 10,528 new cases and 23 new deaths, according to the Health Department. There are 2,855 people currently hospitalized, the Health Department said.
Los Angeles leads the country with total number of cases, 439,408, and total fatalities, 7,886, according to Johns Hopkins University's Coronavirus Resource Center.