US Surpasses 2.5 Million COVID-19 Cases: Report: US deaths now exceed 125,000, roughly one-fourth the world whole of over 495,000.(File)
US Surpasses 2.5 Million COVID-19 Cases: Report
The USA on Saturday surpassed 2.5 million coronavirus circumstances, a tracker maintained by Johns Hopkins College confirmed, because the world’s hardest-hit nation grappled with a surge of infections in a number of states.
There have been 2,500,419 confirmed circumstances within the US, in line with the Baltimore-based college as of 5:30 pm (2130 GMT).
US deaths now exceed 125,000, roughly one-fourth the world whole of over 495,000.
Florida on Saturday reported a file 9,585 circumstances in 24 hours as infections there spike. The state’s fast reopening noticed younger adults flocking to seashores, boardwalks and bars.
It is among the many greater than half of US states, significantly within the South and West, seeing spikes in COVID-19 circumstances — a dramatic setback to efforts to reopen and salvage badly battered economies.
Texas and Florida, which each have Republican governors who resisted extended lockdowns, have introduced new restrictions on bars.
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