According to the latest data, more than 100,000 people have died of coronavirus in the United States.
According to figures from Johns Hopkins University, the nation passed a tough milestone on Wednesday with more than 1.6 million test positives.
Four months after the authorities announced that the virus had reached American soil – a Washington State man was identified as the first patient on Jan. 21.
Since then, more Americans have lost the Corona virus than deaths in the Vietnam and Korean wars.
The US continues to lead the world in death toll, followed by the United Kingdom, Italy and France, the data shows.
However, there are hopeful signs of relief for the United States, with many of the worst affected areas seeing major activity declining.
NEW YORK – The epicenter of the nation’s crisis – hospitalization for the virus this week – has fallen to its lowest level since the epidemic began this week.
New Jersey, the second most severely affected state, has reported a downward trend in recent weeks, including the number of people admitted to the Corona virus hospital on Monday, the lowest in seven weeks. According to NJ.com.
Bill Murphy said the hospitalization was the best real-time indicator of the state’s Kovit-19 explosion, and one of the key measures used to facilitate the lockdown orders.
But health leaders have warned that the epidemic is far from over the world, with more than 5.6 million cases reported and at least 352,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins.
With Post Wires