Midwest bears brunt of second wave, as US daily cases nudge 80,000

The United States has seen nearly 80,000 daily new infections, breaking records from previous months, with close to 1000 deaths per day. The Midwestern states are the hardest hit, where wintery weather is forcing people to stay indoors. FRANCE 24 correspondent Kethevane Gorjestani says health experts are warning the second wave will be worse than the first, and do not share President Donald Trump’s sentiment that the corner has been turned.