U.S. records highest single-day deaths ever in pandemic

Shocking: US records highest number of corona deaths in 24 hours! - Tamil News

During the period, the total U.S. death toll increased from 6,071 to 7,392, according to Worldmeters.com, which tracks the pandemic statistics, while the number of confirmed cases rose from 2,44,877 to 2,77,161, an increase of 32,284.

Where 969 people died on March 27, the album was held by Italy.

According to the information received, within 24 hours in America, the death toll from the Corona epidemic reached 1,480.

The US government on Friday advocated the use of masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

President Trump had on Tuesday warned of a "very painful" two weeks as the United States wrestles with a Coronavirus surge that the White House warns could kill as many as 240,000 Americans.

"It's true that the latest figures, as high as they are, give us a little bit of hope", said Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany. There have been 277,953 cases confirmed while 7,392 people have been died in the country so far.

Birx noted that Pennsylvania, Colorado, and the Washington, DC, metro area were starting to have an increasing number of cases.

America, the world's most powerful country, has been overwhelmed by coronavirus.

"The worst is yet to come", UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said, referring to countries such as Syria, Libya and Yemen.

He said New York City, which has become the epicenter of the US's outbreak, will soon receive a deployment of 1,000 military personnel, including doctors, nurses, and respiratory specialists.

The world economy has been pummeled by the virus and associated lockdowns, with the United States economy shedding 701,000 jobs in March - its worst showing since March 2009 in the wake of the subprime banking crisis. Even more dire figures are expected for April.

Financial ratings agency Fitch on Thursday predicted that the USA and eurozone economies would shrink this quarter by up to 30 percent as struggling businesses slash investment and unemployment dampens consumer spending. He, however, said that medical-grade marks must not be used for the public so it is available for the health workers.

"Latin America is heading into a deep recession" with an expected drop of 1.8 to 4% in GDP, according to the United Nations economic commission for the region.

"Science supported this ban, therefore he did too", Bedingfield said.

China, which appears to be over the worst of its outbreak, on Saturday held a national day of mourning for its dead - well over 3,000 people have died since the virus emerged there late previous year.

"I just urge you not to do that", Johnson said in a video message on Friday.



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