Wednesday night marked a grim milestone as the coronavirus rampages across the planet: USA Today reports that the death toll in the U.S. has surpassed 1,000, hovering closer to 1,050, per a Johns Hopkins University data dashboard, which put the overall number of known cases in the United States at almost 70,000.
The tracker had showed 827 just a few hours earlier.
According to USA -based Johns Hopkins University, the total of confirmed cases in the country of COVID-19 also rose to 26,220.
Doctors in U.S. hospitals filled with Covid-19 patients have been forced to ration care and choose who gets a ventilator.
There are now more than 46,000 confirmed cases in the USA, and nearly 600 deaths.
Earlier, Trump had advised people not to gather in groups of more than 10, one day after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended no gatherings with 50 people or more for the next eight weeks.
The explosion of new cases, which is expected to continue in the days ahead, comes as more state and private labs begin testing for the virus after weeks of delays and test kit shortages. Here's a quick information of the latest developments as countries around the world work to slow the spread of coronavirus: The number of people who have tested positive for the virus worldwide has passed 400,000, with more than 20,000 recorded deaths. NY is the epicenter of the country's outbreak, with known cases there doubling every three days.
1 death, 42 new cases of COVID-19 in BC
Landlord will be able to restrict the use of common areas, such as laundry rooms, by tenants or guests, as well. The smaller number of court-ordered evictions are up to the courts, which operate independently of government.
Celebrities Who Suffer With Chronic Diseases
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