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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.

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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.

Memorial Day Fuel Prices to Reach $2 Average

The national average price for gasoline rose three cents to $1.87 for the start of the Memorial Day work week but is still near lows not seen during the same period of time since 2003 where the average price for fuel was $1.50 on average.