Coronavirus Kills US citizens 1800 Deaths in Single Day

More worries for the US as the country has recorded up to 1800 deaths in a single day on Tuesday. A report published in BBC reveals that US more than 1800 US citizens lost their lives amid COVID-19 Pandemic, which could be seen as the worst coronavirus case ever emerged in the country.

According to the details revealed by the Johns Hopkins University, the recent 1800 fatalities bring the total death toll nearly the figure of 13,000.

So far, the country has witnessed for than 398,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases, which is highest in the world. The Global COVID-19 cases have surpassed the figure of 1.4 million and counting.

Reportedly, the President of the country has said that US might be getting to the top of the curve soon. It means that country is expecting more coronavirus cases in the coming days.’

The recent death toll figure of 1800 has now ranked highest after the previous record of 1344, which was recorded 3 days before on April 4.

Meanwhile, the famous American Singer-songwriter John Prine, known from his famous songs as Sam Stone and Angel from Montgomery, has also lost the battle from the coronavirus, the news of his demise confirmed by his family.

A number of leading musicians and artists have paid rich tribute to the departed soul.

Significance of Coronovirus in New York:

New York is one of the cities of the US, which is badly struck by the COVID-19 Pandemic. New York is considered as the epicenter of the Coronavirus as the city has witnessed 731 deaths in a single day on Tuesday alone.

US is on a track to leave behind Italy due to its highest number of COVID-19 cases in the country.

Meanwhile, the Governor of New York has confirmed that the state is about the witnessed the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the coming days. Governor

On the occasion, the Governor Andrew Cuomo has urged the people to stay in their homes and avoid any social distancing.

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