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World Coronavirus: More than 1,800 deaths in one day in the United States

08:15  08 april  2020
08:15  08 april  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

Coronavirus: The balance sheet in the United States crosses 10,000 dead, according to a Reuters count

 Coronavirus: The balance sheet in the United States crosses 10,000 dead, according to a Reuters count HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-USA-BALANCE SHEET: Coronavirus: The balance sheet in the United States crosses 10,000 dead, according to a Reuters count © Reuters / BRENDAN MCDERMID CORONAVIRUS: THE BALANCE SHEET IN THE UNITED STATES IS OVER 10,000 DEAD, ACCORDING TO A REUTERS ACCOUNT NEW YORK (Reuters) - The toll of the epidemic of new coronavirus in the United States crossed the threshold of 10,000 dead on Monday, according to a count from Reuters.

The death toll has grown by more than 500 each day for the last week and now exceeds the When the coronavirus began spreading in the United States , the vast majority of cases were in coastal And in Chicago, where an infant is among those who have died, there are more than 3, 800 cases

There were more than 500 reports of deaths from coronavirus on Monday, the most death reports in a single day in the United States . The latest projections on coronavirus in the US were so alarming, there was virtually no choice but to extend social distancing guidelines, two of the nation's

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-USA: Coronavirus: More than 1,800 deaths in one day in the United States

CORONAVIRUS: PLUS DE 1.800 DÉCÈS EN UNE JOURNÉE AUX ETATS-UNIS © Reuters / BRIAN SNYDER CORONAVIRUS: MORE THAN 1,800 DEATHS IN ONE DAY UNITED STATES

WASHINGTON / NEW YORK (Reuters) - The number of new cases of infection with the new coronavirus in the United States has approached the threshold of 400,000, while the number of deaths linked to COVID-19 has exceeded 12,700 with more than 1,800 additional deaths reported Tuesday in the country, a record on a single day.

Donald Trump said that the United States could approach the top of the "curve" of the epidemic, and he reiterated on Tuesday his wish to reopen American economic activity soon.

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The American president said he was reluctant to tackle the subject but that the results of COVID-19 could ultimately be less important than the projections suggested. Experts from the coronavirus task force said they anticipate up to 240,000 deaths in the United States in the coming months.

Speaking at a daily press briefing in the White House, Donald Trump also said he had not seen memos from the presidential trade adviser, Peter Navarro, on the risks associated with the new coronavirus.

Navarro, one of the American administration's hawks towards China, sent a memo at the end of January warning that the new coronavirus could cause a pandemic and asked for a travel ban for China, reported the New York Times. In a second memo written in late February and sent to Trump, he said the virus could kill up to 2 million Americans.

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Donald Trump said during the press conference that he has full confidence in Navarro, who oversees the questions linked to the presidential appeal to the "Defense Production Act" which notably allows to accelerate the production of the necessary protective equipment in the face of the health crisis .

He also announced that he planned to suspend the American contribution to the World Health Organization (WHO), a few hours after having strongly criticized it via Twitter.

According to the latest projection made by the University of Washington - one of those mentioned by the American health authorities -, the epidemic could kill less than 82,000 people in the United States by August 4.

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Coronavirus toll exceeds 17,000 deaths in the United States

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Nearly 3,000 people have now died from coronavirus in Italy - the most affected country after China. There are a total of 35,713 confirmed cases in the country, with more than 4,000 having successfully The ban specifically covers all EU states as well as countries within the Schengen

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The representatives of the States and the municipalities estimated that the disparities in the level of the access to health care would be in particular at the origin of this tendency.

In New York State, the current epicenter of the epidemic in the United States, the number of hospitalizations related to COVID-19 seems to have stabilized, said Governor Andrew Cuomo, despite a record number of daily deaths.

While 731 deaths were recorded during the day, bringing to 5,489 the number of deaths linked to the epidemic in the state, Cuomo stressed that the slowdown in the rate of new hospitalizations and admissions to intensive care units suggested that the social distancing measures introduced last month were bearing fruit.

"Let's not be complacent," said the Governor of New York during a daily press briefing. "Social distancing works (...) This is why we see these figures decrease".

The mayor of New York said for his part that it was too early to estimate that it was a shift, while mentioning an improvement in recent days as regards the number of patients requiring a respirator.

Bill de Blasio also admitted that the number of deaths outside of hospitals may have been underreported, while the New York fire department reported a jump in the number of deaths at home linked to influenza-like symptoms .

(Steve Holland and Jeff Mason in Washington, Maria Caspani in New York, with Doina Chiacu in Washington, Maurice Tamman in New York, Brad Brooks in Austin, Michael Martina in Detroit; French version Jean Terzian)

Covid-19: the pandemic has killed more than 120,000 people worldwide .
© Enrique Ortiz, AFP A doctor cares for patients with Covid-19 in Ecuador, April 13, 2020. According to an assessment made on Tuesday At 7 p.m. GMT by AFP, the coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 123,920 people worldwide since its appearance in December in China. A total of 1,961,950 cases of Covid-19 infection have been identified. The Covid-19 pandemic continues its disastrous progression.

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