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Coronavirus Update: 1 million cases of infection in the United States in 100 days

"100 days, 1 million confirmed cases of infection, the United States has turned upside down." April 29 local time, the United States "New York Times" issued a sigh on this topic. At the node where there are more than 1 million cases of new coronavirus infections, the New York Times made a simple review of what happened in the...

U.S. Vice President visits Covid-19 patients Without wearing mask

Us Vice President Mike Pence visited a hospital today to inspect the hospital. US Vice President Mice was exceptionally "unusual": he did not wear a mask. And he was visiting a patient who had been diagnosed with new coronavirus pneumonia. Picture from the Associated Press The patient in blue in the picture above is an employee...

Coronavirus spreads to sub-Saharan Africa

With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

Australia joins list of nations to ban all visitors

With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

Crisis deepens rift between E.U. and Serbia

With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

Queen Elizabeth heads to country home

With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

Many infected in the U.S. are young adults

With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

China Reports Zero New Infections

With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.
All countries
6,948,788
Total confirmed cases
Updated on June 6, 2020 10:57 pm
Italy
234,801
Total confirmed cases
Updated on June 6, 2020 10:57 pm
Spain
288,390
Total confirmed cases
Updated on June 6, 2020 10:57 pm
Iran
169,425
Total confirmed cases
Updated on June 6, 2020 10:57 pm
Germany
185,696
Total confirmed cases
Updated on June 6, 2020 10:57 pm

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