COVID-19 deaths in US top 70,000: Johns Hopkins University

COVID deaths in US top 66,000 - Johns Hopkins University

A man wearing a mask walks past the US Federal Reserve building in Washington DC, the United States, on April 29, 2020.

NEW YORK – The number of COVID-19 deaths in the United States topped 70,000 on Tuesday, reaching 70,115 as of 2:15 pm (1815 GMT), according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

A total of 1,192,119 cases have been reported in the country, according to the CSSE.

The state of New York suffered the most, with 321,192 cases and 25,073 deaths. Other hardest-hit states included New Jersey, with 8,244 deaths, Michigan, with 4,139 deaths, and Massachusetts, with 4,090 deaths, the data showed.


WASHINGTON – COVID deaths in US climbed by 1,435 in the past 24 hours, a tally by Johns Hopkins University showed Saturday, bringing the total number of fatalities to more than 66,000.

The Baltimore-based university had recorded more than 1.1 million cases in the country as of 8:30 pm Saturday (0030 GMT Sunday), with 66,224 deaths, a two percent rise from a day earlier.

The United States has by far the highest death toll of any country in the global pandemic.


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