COVID19 kills 3,38,000 globally

Over 5.3 Million have been tested positive for the deadly virus so far


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The novel coronavirus has killed 3,38,000 people across the globe since the outbreak of the deadly virus. Most of the deaths have been confirmed from US, Italy, UK, France, and other European countries.

The virus has infected more than 5.3 million people across the world. The US has the highest number of coronavirus patients across the globe. According to John Hopkins Univeristy the nubmer of patients have reached 1.6 million people in the US.

Police to be deployed at US beaches: 

After weeks spent holed up indoors to stop the spread of coronavirus, Americans will emerge from lockdowns to venture outdoors for Memorial Day this coming Monday.

There will be beach days, cookouts and park visits. And with the large gatherings, the risk for a community spread outbreaks will be high, health officials warn.

The US reported 24,104 new cases of Covid-19 and 1,299 related deaths on Friday, according to Johns Hopkins University.

That brings the national total to at least 1,601,251 cases and 96,001 deaths.

The totals includes cases from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and other US territories, as well as repatriated cases.

New York is the worst-affected state, with at least 358,154 cases and 28,853 deaths. New Jersey, Illinois, and Massachusetts follow next.

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