Europe's virus toll tops 100,000 as protests spread in US

Europe’s virus toll tops 100,000 as protests spread in US


Washington: On Saturday, while the devastated Europe frustrated hundreds of Americans, President Donald Trump urged Donald Trump to hold protests in several cities in the United States, causing the death of the coronavirus It surged to more than 100,000 people.

With the emergence of the latest grim data, performers from all over the world began an hour-long live broadcast of concerts, designed to support medical staff and foster community awareness in times of crisis.

Advocacy organization Global Citizen and the World Health Organization convened a six-hour event that included cellist player Ma Youyou, award-winning young singer Billie Eilish, and the Rolling Stones.

Worldwide, more than 2,289,500 people have tested positive for the highly infectious virus.

According to Agence France-Presse statistics, 100,510 deaths were caused in Europe-accounting for nearly two-thirds of the 157,539 deaths globally, and nearly one-quarter of deaths were in the United States.

According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, the United States has the highest number of cases in the world, with more than 734,000 confirmed infections. By Saturday, the virus had killed 38,664 people.

In some places, progress has been remarkable, with New York State reporting the lowest number of deaths in weeks, and Governor Andrew Cuomo is largely attributed to social distance.

But as Americans and others around the world began to get annoyed after weeks of orders from home shelters, more and more dissatisfaction broke out this week.

Demonstrations in the state legislatures of Texas, Maryland, New Hampshire and Ohio on Saturday attracted hundreds of people, many of them waving American flags, and some armed with weapons, demanding a quick end to the implementation Confinement operations.

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