More than 900 die in US of COVID-19 in 24 hours: Johns Hopkins

More than 900 die in US of COVID-19 in 24 hours: Johns Hopkins


Washington: According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, in the past 24 hours, the United States has recorded 941 more coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the country’s death toll to 113,774.

In an absolute sense, the world’s largest economy has been most affected by the pandemic, with the highest number of deaths and infections—the Baltimore-maintained tracker, which was displayed at 2,021,990 universities on Thursday night at 8:30.

The United States continues to register about 20,000 new coronavirus cases every day, and as the country’s infection rate rises and falls, efforts are being made to decline from this plateau.

Compared with a month ago, in some sparsely populated rural areas, the number of inpatients is rising.

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Thursday that even outbreaks in certain states will not be closed again.

In an interview with CNBC, Mnuchin said: “We cannot close the economy. I think we have learned that if the economy is closed, it will cause greater losses.”

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