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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES IN LAST 24 HOURS (5.10.2021, 11:04am CEST, WHO):   U.S. 34,155    India 366,161    Brazil 63,430    France 20,745    Turkey 18,052    Russia 8,419    The United Kingdom 2,047    Italy 10,174    Germany 12,656    Argentina 18,024    Columbia 16,910    Poland 3,856    Iran 14,141    Mexico 2,743    Ukraine 5,372    Peru 5,591    Indonesia 3,922    South Africa 2,191    The Netherlands 7,521    Canada 6,802    Chile 6,198    Iraq 4,167    Philippines 7,156    Romania 1,305    Pakistan 3,786    Hungary 1,145    Bangladesh 1,386    Serbia 1,056    Japan 7,017    Austria 1,251    United Arab Emirates 1,572    Malaysia 3,733    Ecuador 1,375    Nepal 8,777    Belarus 1,369    Greece 2,461    Georgia 1,089    Tunisia 1,301    Bolivia 1,394    Paraguay 2,073    Egypt 1,138    Guatemala 1,393    Uruguay 2,654    Venezuela 1,368    Oman 2,006    Bahrain 1,451    Sri Lanka 2,672    Cuba 1,069    Thailand 1,630    Maldives 1,091    China 13    Singapore 28    New Zealand 2    Australia 17    South Korea 463   

Record 4,591 coronavirus deaths in U.S., Trump wants to open economy

Christian Fernsby |
The number of reported deaths in the U.S. from the new coronavirus spiked to nearly double the prior record Thursday, as governors extended their lockdown orders, and the Donald Trump's administration released new federal guidelines to reopen the economy.

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Topics: CORONAVIRUS    U.S.    TRUMP   

In the 24 hours ending at 8 p.m. Eastern time Thursday, 4,591 people were reported to have died from COVID-19, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University. The prior record was 2,569 on Wednesday.

The number of new reported U.S. cases, meanwhile, was roughly equal with that on Wednesday at 31,451.

In total, there have been nearly 668,000 coronavirus cases and nearly 33,000 deaths in the U.S., according to Johns Hopkins. Globally, confirmed cases of the virus have reached more than 2.15 million, with the number of deaths worldwide topping 143,800.


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