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US coronavirus deaths rise by 1,450 in 24 hours — Johns Hopkins

/ 04:12 PM May 04, 2020
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - MARCH 28: A general view of The Johns Hopkins University on March 28, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. The school is shut down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Rob Carr/Getty Images/AFP

: A general view of The Johns Hopkins University on March 28, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. Rob Carr/Getty Images/AFP

WASHINGTON, United States — Novel coronavirus deaths in the United States climbed by 1,450 in the past 24 hours, a tally by Johns Hopkins University showed Sunday, bringing the total number of fatalities to more than 67,600.

The Baltimore-based university had recorded more than 1.15 million cases in the country as of 8:30 pm Sunday, with 67,674 deaths.

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The United States has by far the highest death toll of any country in the global pandemic.

Sunday’s 24-hour toll was similar to Saturday’s, showing a decline after hitting 2,502 on Wednesday.

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