WILMINGTON, Delaware (WPVI) -- The seven-day average daily coronavirus case count in Delaware set an all-time high as the state tested a record number of people in the days before Thanksgiving.
The News Journal reports that the state reported 486 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, raising the seven-day average of new cases to a record 428.4.
The numbers show more people in Delaware are seeking out a test and a significant portion of them are returning positive results.
The daily average percent of tests that are positive is 5.9%, the highest it's been since early June.
The average daily case count has grown by 90% over the past two weeks.
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*The Associated Press contributed to this report*