US records more than 119,000 deaths from covid-19

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The number of deaths caused by the new coronavirus in the United States it rose to 119,055, according to today’s update (20) of the CDC (American Center for Disease Control and Prevention). The number of confirmed cases reached 2,215,618.

Compared to yesterday, there were 690 new deaths caused by covid-19 in the country, an increase of 0.5%. The pace is slower than that registered the previous day: from yesterday to yesterday the increase was 0.6% (from 117,632 to 118,365 dead).

The rate of new confirmed cases increased in relation to the previous day, with an increase of about 1.4% (2,178,710 to 2,215,618). From the day before yesterday to yesterday, the growth was 1% (2,155,572 to 2,178,710).

New York State has the highest number of official covid-19 cases in the United States, with a total of 388,330, followed by New Jersey (168,496 cases) and California (165,416 cases).

Considering the official cases and deaths, the lethality rate of covid-19 in the United States is 5.3%.

The biggest peak of new coronavirus cases was registered on April 6, when the country confirmed 43,438 new ones infected by the disease.

Official cases by state or territory (ordered by where the problem is greatest):

  1. New York: 388,330
  2. New Jersey: 168,496
  3. California: 165,416
  4. Illinois: 136,470
  5. Massachusetts: 106,650
  6. Texas: 103,305
  7. Florida: 87,643
  8. Pennsylvania: 81,266
  9. Michigan: 67,097
  10. Maryland: 63,956
  11. Georgia: 62,009
  12. Virginia: 57,443
  13. North Carolina: 49,840
  14. Louisiana: 48,515
  15. Arizona: 46,689
  16. Connecticut: 45,557
  17. Ohio: 43,731
  18. Indiana: 41,746
  19. Tennessee: 34,017
  20. Minnesota: 32,467
  21. Colorado: 30,187
  22. Alabama: 29,017
  23. Washington: 27,601
  24. Wisconsin: 26,852
  25. Iowa: 25,275
  26. South Carolina: 22,631
  27. Mississippi: 20,641
  28. Nebraska: 17,591
  29. Missouri: 17,201
  30. Utah: 16,826
  31. Rhode Island: 16,337
  32. Arkansas: 14,631
  33. Kentucky: 13,454
  34. Nevada: 12,515
  35. Kansas: 12,059
  36. Delaware: 10,611
  37. New Mexico: 10,260
  38. District of Columbia: 9,952
  39. Oklahoma: 9,378
  40. Oregon: 6,572
  41. Puerto Rico: 6,463
  42. South Dakota: 6,158
  43. New Hampshire: 5,450
  44. Idaho: 3,871
  45. North Dakota: 3,226
  46. Maine: 2,938
  47. West Virginia: 2,468
  48. Wyoming: 1,173
  49. Vermont: 1,144
  50. Hawaii: 746
  51. Alaska: 723
  52. Montana: 698
  53. Guam: 222
  54. US Virgin Islands: 74
  55. Northern Mariana Islands: 30

This content was generated by UOL’s automated news production system and reviewed by the newsroom before being published.



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