Coronavirus death toll in US jump a record 1,939 in a day

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According to data by John Hopkins University, nearly 2000 Americans infected by Coronavirus have lost their lives in a single day. The coronavirus death toll is increasing rapidly, not only in the U.S. but also throughout the world.

The total number of deaths due to COVID-19 in the U.S. until Tuesday night was 12,722. Slowly, the U.S. is going to be the worst-hit countries in terms of death tolls like Italy and Spain. In Italy, there are around 17,100 deaths, followed by Spain with 13,800.

President of United States Donald Trump blamed the World Health Organization (WHO) for this crisis. He stated that W.H.O. reacted slowly regarding the pandemic. He further questioned W.H.O. on its faulty recommendation against COVID-19. W.HO. did wrong and missed the call. They should have implemented all these preventive measures months earlier.

Things to know:

  • More than 400,000 people in the United States are coronavirus virus-positive. Moreover, the Coronavirus death toll in the U.S. crossed 12000.
  • No more a CHINESE Virus: the United States and China are in a ceasefire over COVID-19 spread.
  • In New York, coronavirus death toll records all-time high. However, hospitalization is slow there.
  • Eighty-five percent of the Americans are in a lock-down condition. It has resulted in a 35% decrease in gross domestic product output.
  • Connecticut and New Jersey also recorded all-time high Coronavirus related deaths.
  • New York health officials say they have adequate ventilators for now.

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