US records 960 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours: Johns Hopkins

US records 960 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours: Johns Hopkins

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Washington: According to Johns Hopkins University, since the global pandemic began last Saturday, there have been 960 coronavirus deaths in the United States to 103,758.

The tracker of the University of Baltimore shows that the country has officially recorded 1,769,776 cases of the virus, far exceeding any other country.

During the pandemic, President Donald Trump broke off relations with the World Health Organization (WHO) and was widely opposed.

Trump initially suspended funding for WHO last month, accusing the organization of not taking enough measures to curb the early spread of the virus and tolerating China, which had COVID-19 in the second half of last year.

Last Friday, his decision to make the decision permanent caused a major blow to the agency. The United States is the largest donor of the World Health Organization, providing $ 400 million last year.

The European Union urged Washington to reconsider its decision to cut funds during the pandemic, which has killed more than 366,000 people and destroyed the global economy.

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