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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES IN LAST 24 HOURS (6.12.2021, 3:33pm CEST, WHO):   U.S. 13,304    India 84,332    Brazil 88,092    France 3,639    Turkey 6,261    Russia 13,510    The United Kingdom 7,958    Italy 1,892    Argentina 27,628    Germany 1,911    Columbia 29,302    Iran 9,966    Mexico 3,672    Ukraine 1,274    Peru 4,054    Indonesia 8,083    South Africa 8,020    The Netherlands 1,417    Chile 7,941    Canada 1,476    Philippines 6,686    Iraq 4,320    Pakistan 1,303    Bangladesh 2,454    Japan 1,920    Malaysia 6,849    Nepal 2,709    United Arab Emirates 2,281    Saudi Arabia 1,175    Ecuador 1,098    Belarus 1,026    Bolivia 3,233    Paraguay 2,758    Tunisia 2,161    Costa Rica 2,041    Uruguay 3,622    Kuwait 1,657    Dominican Republic 1,129    Guatemala 1,861    Venezuela 1,083    Sri Lanka 2,789    Thailand 3,277    Cuba 1,288    Zambia 2,065    Afghanistan 1,024    Mongolia 1,622    Namibia 1,432    Botswana 1,392    Uganda 1,566    China 322    Singapore 9    New Zealand 0    Australia 3    South Korea 565   

U.S. reports highest single-day coronavirus death toll

Christian Fernsby |
The U.S. on Saturday reported more than 1,300 coronavirus deaths — the largest daily spike in the country since the health crisis began, according to a report.

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Topics: U.S.    CORONAVIRUS   

The grim milestone brought the country’s death toll up to 8,503, with more than 312,000 Americans now confirmed with the virus, according to a CNN report, which cited data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

US Surgeon General Jerome Adams on Sunday warned that the coming week for many Americans will be the “hardest and the saddest” due to the pandemic.

“It’s tragically fitting that we’re talking at the beginning of Holy Week because this is going to be the hardest and the saddest week of most Americans’ lives,” Adams said on “Fox News Sunday.”


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