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Gasoline Prices Decline as COVID-19 Cases Increase

As COVID-19 case numbers surpass 4 million, demand for gasoline is weakening across the country. The lower demand contributed to a cheaper national average on the week; this is the first time since late April that the national average has declined.

Gas Prices Inch Up

The national average price for gasoline rose one cent to $2.18, despite a dip in U.S. demand for gasoline.

Gas Prices Reach $2.17 Average

The national average price for gasoline rose to $2.17, following continued increases on gasoline demand, and is up four cents from last week.

Gas Prices Continue Gradual Rise

The national average price for gasoline rose to $2.13 continuing a rise following record lows amid the COVID-19 pandemic, though the rate at which gas prices are increasing across the country is slowing.

Gas Prices Steadily Rise to $2.10 Average

The national average price for gasoline rose to $2.10 after finally hitting the $2 mark the previous week following months of low fuel prices amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fuel Reaches $2 Average

The national average price for gasoline finally rose past the $2 average, reaching to $2.03.