The death toll from COVID-19 in the United States has reached 5,000
The death toll in the US coronavirus pandemic has reached 5,000, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, cited by AFP and BGNES.
At 5:30 this morning 5 116 people have died, according to day data. The United States also set a tragic record – in 24 hours, 884 people have died.
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The death toll in the US is lower than in Italy and Spain, but far more than the 3 316 casualties in China, where the pandemic first appeared in December.
According to Johns Hopkins, the United States is the world leader in the number of coronavirus cases – 215,417.
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President Donald Trump, who earlier downplayed the impact of the pandemic on the United States, said Wednesday that “we will have a few weeks already beginning that will be horrendous.”
Last Sunday, American scientist Anthony Fauchi made a cautious prediction that the new coronavirus could take 100,000 to 200,000 lives in the country.
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