The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases testified at a House hearing on Tuesday that he is "quite concerned" about the rising number of cases in nearly half the country. "Right now the next couple of weeks are gonna be critical in our ability to address those surgings that we're seeing in Florida, in Texas, in Arizona and in other states — they're not the only ones that are having a difficulty," Fauci said. "Bottom line, it's a mixed bag. Some good, and some now we have a problem with." In the last 14 days, Oregon has reported a 234.4% jump in infections, Oklahoma jumped by 202%, Florida’s number increased by 155%, and Arizona’s confirmed coronavirus cases climbed by 142%, according to an NBC News analysis of state health department figures.