A little more than 800 dead in 24 hours in the United States

Un peu plus de 800 morts en 24 heures aux États-Unis

WASHINGTON | The coronavirus has caused 819 additional deaths in 24 hours in the United States, according to the counting to 20: 30 Tuesday from the Johns Hopkins University, in which reference is made.

The total number of deaths linked to the COVID-19 in the country is 111 750, and nearly two million cases have been identified, according to figures the university updated continuously.

The United States is, in absolute value, by far the country most affected by the pandemic, both in the number of deaths than cases diagnosed. Approximately 518 000 people are declared cured.

For the past two weeks, the balance sheets daily are mostly ironed below 1000 dead, after having reached up to a high of over 3000 dead in 24 hours in mid-April.

But the country continues to register around 20 000 new cases of coronavirus each day, and just down from this plateau.

The less developed areas, the Midwest, the south and parts of the west, have in part taken over, in terms of new infections, of the five States in the north-east, where the epidemic was previously the most intense, and where half of the dead american due to the COVID-19 were registered (from New Jersey to Massachusetts, with New York in the middle).

According to an average of eleven epidemiological models carried out by researchers from the University of Massachusetts, the number of deaths of COVID-19 should be around 130 000 people dead in the country by 4 July, the day of the national day of the american.

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