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Breaking news: The U S Now Has Highest Number Of Coronavirus Cases In The World

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worldtoday on March 27 2020 Breaking news: The U S Now Has Highest Number Of Coronavirus Cases In The World The US Now Leads the World in Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Scientist warned that the …More
worldtoday on March 27 2020 Breaking news: The U S Now Has Highest Number Of Coronavirus Cases In The World The US Now Leads the World in Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Scientist warned that the united states someday would become the country hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. That moment arrived on Thursday. The U.S. surpassed both China and Italy for the greatest number of current confirmed coronavirus cases on Thursday according to The New York Times, which is tracking reported cases and deaths. On Thursday, the number of cases in the U.S. was 82,474, and death 1,177. The U.S. official reported number of cases has skyrocketed since last week, when more coronavirus tests were made more easily available for the public. The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has hit 1,000, a toll that is increasing at an alarming rate. New patterns have emerged in the spread of the virus. Most who have died are older than 70, but the virus also is hospitalizing and killing younger Americans. For China, where the virus is believed to have originated, listed 81,285 coronavirus cases— although the reliability of China’s self-reported death toll has been questioned. Italy now has 80,539 cases; for much of the pandemic, it was the area hit the hardest besides China and has been under a strict lockdown for more than two weeks in hopes of preventing further spread. President Trump said the high numbers in the U.S. were “a tribute to the testing” the U.S. is doing. Despite its rapid spread of the coronavirus, the U.S. has seen substantially fewer deaths than other countries with similar infection numbers; while the U.S.,China and Italy hover at about 80,000 confirmed cases, the U.S. has only counted 1,000 deaths compared to China’s 3,287 and Italy’s 8,215