US COVID-19 Death Toll Exceeds Official China Tally: Johns Hopkins
There are 175,067 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the US, the most of any country in the world.
The number of deaths in the United States from the novel coronavirus has surpassed those reported by China, where the pandemic began in December, according to a toll published on Tuesday, 31 March by Johns Hopkins University.
There have been 3,415 deaths in the US from the virus, the Baltimore-based university said, more than the 3,309 reported officially in China.
Italy has suffered the most virus deaths - 12,428 - according to Johns Hopkins, followed by Spain with 8,269 and then the United States.
There are 175,067 confirmed coronavirus cases in the US, the university said, the most of any country in the world.
Italy is next with 105,792 cases, followed by Spain with 94,417 and China with an official tally of 82,278.
Germany has 68,180 cases and 682 deaths followed by France and its overseas territories with 45,232 cases and 3,032 deaths, Johns Hopkins said.
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