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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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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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