Johns Hopkins University reported that the United States recorded for the sixth consecutive day more than a thousand deaths caused by the emerging corona virus within 24 hours

The university, which bases its statistics on data from official federal and local authorities and open sources, said that the number of victims of the virus that causes "Covid-19" in the United States increased by 1133 yesterday, Saturday, compared to 1259 Friday deaths, 1233 deaths Thursday, and 1403 deaths Wednesday 1244 deaths on Tuesday and 1076 deaths on Monday).

At the same time, the total number of daily injuries in Corona in the United States during yesterday, according to university data, decreased significantly compared to the previous day (58,406 new injuries Saturday compared to 67023 injuries Friday).

In general, 4620502 confirmed cases of "Covid-19" were recorded in the United States since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the statistics of the university, of which 154449 deaths and 1461885 cases of recovery, the largest outcome in the world.

Corona's outbreak in the United States has risen in recent weeks, with a number of states monitoring a record and unprecedented rise in the death toll and injuries of the epidemic in recent days, against the backdrop of continuing differences between the administration of President Donald Trump and local authorities in some states on how to deal with the pandemic.

Source: RT

By:Nadeemy Haded

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