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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES IN LAST 24 HOURS (5.6.2021, 11:21am CEST, WHO):   U.S. 44,834    India 412,262    Brazil 77,359    France 23,116    Turkey 28,997    Russia 7,975    The United Kingdom 1,946    Italy 9,113    Spain 2,431    Germany 18,034    Argentina 26,238    Columbia 14,551    Poland 3,899    Iran 15,872    Mexico 3,064    Ukraine 2,546    Peru 4,562    Indonesia 5,285    Czechia 2,412    South Africa 1,187    The Netherlands 7,830    Canada 6,708    Chile 3,885    Iraq 5,813    Philippines 5,685    Sweden 3,058    Pakistan 4,113    Hungary 1,130    Bangladesh 1,742    Jordan 1,220    Serbia 1,304    Austria 1,297    Japan 3,763    Lebanon 1,012    United Arab Emirates 1,954    Malaysia 3,744    Saudi Arabia 1,016    Ecuador 1,806    Nepal 8,605    Greece 1,368    Croatia 2,494    Azerbaijan 1,381    Georgia 2,171    Tunisia 1,448    Bolivia 1,588    Paraguay 2,214    Kuwait 1,451    Costa Rica 1,304    Lithuania 1,249    Egypt 1,102    Guatemala 1,194    Honduras 1,358    Uruguay 2,826    Bahrain 1,450    Sri Lanka 1,939    Cuba 1,010    Thailand 1,911    Mongolia 1,128    Réunion 1,070    China 18    Singapore 16    New Zealand 4    Australia 13    South Korea 574   

U.S. records 1 million coronavirus cases in 10 days

Christian Fernsby |
The United States recorded about a million cases of coronavirus over the past 10 days, the highest increase rate since the country reported its first case in January.

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The total number of coronavirus cases in the country reached 10 million on Monday, doubled in just three months since it hit 5 million on Aug. 9.

Texas recently overtook California to become the U.S. state with the most cases. Standing at 1,008,522 cases, the state is also the first to surpass 1 million cases. California reported 988,802 cases, followed by Florida with 852,174 cases and New York with 532,180 cases, according to the Johns Hopkins University.

New York remains the state with the highest number of deaths. The 33,705 cases of deaths recorded in the state account for about 14 percent of U.S. fatalities.


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