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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES IN LAST 24 HOURS (6.14.2021, 10:56am CEST, WHO):   U.S. 11,678    India 80,834    Brazil 78,700    France 3,604    Turkey 6,076    Russia 14,723    The United Kingdom 7,550    Italy 1,722    Argentina 18,057    Columbia 29,998    Germany 1,489    Iran 8,195    Mexico 3,649    Peru 3,003    Indonesia 9,868    South Africa 9,319    The Netherlands 1,265    Chile 7,481    Canada 1,290    Philippines 7,302    Iraq 3,952    Pakistan 1,239    Bangladesh 2,436    Japan 1,409    Malaysia 5,304    Nepal 1,649    United Arab Emirates 1,969    Saudi Arabia 1,017    Ecuador 1,813    Bolivia 2,056    Paraguay 1,963    Tunisia 1,861    Uruguay 2,986    Kuwait 1,512    Guatemala 2,395    Venezuela 1,489    Honduras 1,379    Oman 1,482    Sri Lanka 2,361    Thailand 2,804    Cuba 1,470    Zambia 2,358    Afghanistan 1,597    Mongolia 2,188    Namibia 1,399    Uganda 1,735    China 198    Singapore 13    New Zealand 1    Australia 11    South Korea 399   

U.S. coronavirus deaths exceed 180,000, highest in world

Christian Fernsby |
The number of known coronavirus deaths in the U.S. exceeded 180,000 as the US continues to account for over 20% of all virus-related fatalities.

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Topics: U.S.   

A running tally being composed by Johns Hopkins University found a total of 180,118 coronavirus-related deaths, which is over one-fifth of the 827,527 deaths globally the university has counted.

Some estimates have predicted the US will exceed 200,000 virus deaths by Labor Day, which Americans will celebrate on Sept. 7. this year.


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