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Coronavirus: How The Pandemic In USA Compares With The Rest Of The Word

Coronavirus Status In The United States

The United States continues to remain the worst affected country. Moreover, it has surpassed the 100,000 death toll. The country did not respond well in the initial stages of the pandemic.

New York remains the epicenter of the coronavirus in the United States. According to John Hopkins University, there are 1.74 million coronavirus cases to date. 372,000 people have recovered. However, 102,000 people have died.

Many tech giants have joined hands with the US Government and the World Health Organisation to fight the pandemic in the country. Tesla, Apple, Google, Verizon Ltd, and many more are providing free or flexible services to the people as well as the government to deal with the coronavirus.

Situation In New York

Several European countries had the outbreak at the same the United States did. Moreover, death numbers grew at a large scale and later started to decline. However, the death rate has not fallen in the United States.


The coronavirus struck early in New York and started to spread early in April 2020. Some other states like Louisiana and Michigan saw a fall in death rates. However, New York still reports the same news. The death toll is not decreasing in New York.

The United States is leading the way in testing to date. Moreover, it is conducting a minimum of half a million coronavirus tests every day. Thanks to its advanced healthcare and testing facilities.

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What Is Next For the USA?

The US Government has relaxed lockdown in many regions across the country. However, Dr. Fauci has said that we need to be well prepared for the second wave of the coronavirus.

Donald Trump has banned foreign travel from Brazil after it reported massive rise in the coronavirus cases.


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