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Coronavirus cases reach 1 million worldwide, death toll hits 50Ok

Greater than 1 million individuals worldwide have confirmed cases of the coronavirus, in line with the newest information.

The gut-wrenching information from Johns Hopkins College additionally present a death toll topping 50,000.

At four p.m. Thursday, 1,002,159 individuals have been confirmed contaminated throughout the globe whereas 51,485 individuals have died.

The US has extra COVID-19 cases than some other nation — with 236,339 confirmed to have been sickened by the virus, and 5,648 deaths.

The rising an infection and death tally additionally comes because the virus’ financial toll mounts, with US jobless claims up almost 10 million prior to now two weeks, federal Labor Division stats revealed Thursday.

Coronavirus global outbreak map, April 2, 2020
Coronavirus world outbreak map, April 2, 2020

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