The US recorded a record increase of more than 1,800 deaths in 24 hours

A woman walks out of Mount Sinai Hospital, outside the hospital, with messages of thanks to the medical staff for writing on the walkway in New York City. Photo: Reuters.
A woman walks out of Mount Sinai Hospital, outside the hospital, with messages of thanks to the medical staff for writing on the walkway in New York City. Photo: Reuters.

The United States witnessed the highest number of Covid-19 deaths since April 7 since the outbreak with 1,858 cases.

Johns Hopkins University statistics show that 1,858 deaths from Covid-19 have been recorded in the US in the past 24 hours.

New York City continues to be the most heavily affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. On April 7, US authorities recorded 806 deaths, bringing the total number of deaths here to 4,009.

Earlier, the number of new deaths recorded on April 6 across the state of New York was 731.

Recent data is considered by New York authorities to be evidence that infected fish and new hospitalizations have shown signs of slowing. However, the increasing number of deaths indicates that the disease is still complicated.

“We are starting to see a reversal (of the disease), we need to continue promoting risk reduction strategies, because obviously they have a positive impact in preventing the spread of disease.” , Anthony Fauci, director of the American Institute of Infectious and Allergy Diseases, commented.

By April 8, the US had recorded a total of 399,939 positive cases for Covid-19. The number of deaths from Covid-19 in the US has risen to 12,911. New York is the state most heavily affected by the disease with 140,386 cases. The number of deaths in New York state is currently about 5,000.

Covid-19 appeared in 209 countries and territories after the onset in China in December 2019, causing more than 1.4 million infections, more than 82,000 deaths and more than 302,000 recover.

Source: https://behecare.com/

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