'Record' rise in Corona deaths in the United States

'Record' rise in Corona deaths in the United States

The number of deaths in the United States from mers-Cov exceeded 30,800 on Wednesday, following a record increase in the number of daily deaths from Coved-19, caused by the virus, for the second day in a row, according to a Reuters count.

According to the new census, the United States recorded 2,364 deaths in 24 hours.

Data released by Johns Hopkins University, a reference in tracking the infection and mortality of the virus known as the 'enemy of humanity', revealed Tuesday that the Coved-19 epidemic in 24 hours claimed 2,228 lives in the United States, meaning that the toll rose again to a daily record that no country around the world has ever achieved.

The United States recorded the first case of the virus on February 29, and it took 38 days for the toll to rise to 10,000, and then only another 9 days to reach 30,000.

Governors of nearly 20 states with small numbers of new CORONA virus cases believe they may be ready to begin business restarts during President Donald Trump's May 1 deadline, a senior U.S. health official said Wednesday.

Of the 50 states, 17 reported fewer than 100 HIV infections on Tuesday.

Governors of the hardest-hit states new York, California, Louisiana, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Michigan -- said more extensive testing is needed before the end of U.S. public segregation procedures, which have left millions out of work as a result of the closure of restaurants, businesses, and schools.
'Record' rise in Corona deaths in the United States 'Record' rise in Corona deaths in the United States Reviewed by Mrr News on 4/16/2020 Rating: 5
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