Less than 700 deaths daily COVID-19 for the third consecutive day in the United States

Moins de 700 morts quotidiens de COVID-19 pour le troisième jour consécutif aux États-Unis

WASHINGTON | For the third day in a row, the United States complained of least 700 deaths daily Covid-19, according to the counting of the Johns Hopkins university, which is a reference, at 20: 30 on Tuesday.

657 people died in 24 hours in the country, by far the most grief-stricken by the pandemic, according to data from the university of Baltimore continually updated.

These new deaths bring to 98 875 the balance sheet to the american pandemic of sars coronavirus, whereas the symbolic threshold of 100 000 dead is expected to be taken quickly.

After you have regularly crossed the bar of the 2, 000 deaths daily between early April and early may, the United States have not exceeded this sad threshold for almost twenty days, and are repeatedly dropped below 1,000 deaths in a day these past three weeks.

Nearly 1.7 million new cases were recorded since the beginning of the health crisis, of which around 18 000 over the course of the past 24 hours, a figure that is also in decline.

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