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Mar 26, 2020
9:53AM

COVID19 cases in US crosses 60 thousand.

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The number of confirmed cases of COVID 19 in the United States reached 60,115 yesterday with 827 deaths, according to a tracker run by Johns Hopkins University. The US death rate is now 1.38 percent, based on reported cases. The virus has killed more than 20,000 people around the world after it was first identified in central China last year.

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