BREAKING: America Records The Highest Coronavirus Deaths In The Entire World, With More And More Thousands Of Deaths Daily

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According to data from multiple sources, the United States of America, USA, has now overtaken Italy, to have the highest Covid-19 death toll in the world.

Tallies by Johns Hopkins University, New York Times, and Reuters news Agency, all show that the country has no fewer than 20,506 coronavirus related deaths.

With this, Italy, which used to be top, has fallen one step behind, with no fewer than 19,468 deaths, as at Saturday afternoon.

On Friday, the US also became the first county in the world to record no fewer than 2,000 deaths in a single day, all related to the coronavirus.

As at Saturday evening, there were no fewer than 528,301 confirmed cases of the deadly virus across the US, according to the New York Times database.

New York remains the US epicentre, with no fewer than 180,458 cases, which represent 34 percent of the total figures in the country, and 8,627 deaths, representing 42 percent of the country-wide fatalities.

New Jersey, Michigan, Massachusetts, California, Pennsylvania, and Louisiana, follow with no fewer than 20,000 cases each, and 2,183, 1,391, 686, 629, 506, and 806 deaths, respectively.

Elsewhere, Public Health Experts have warned that the US death toll could reach 200,000 over the summer, if stay-at-home orders are lifted after 30 days.

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