More than 700 deaths of Coronavirus in America, about 900 in Brazil

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The United States of America recorded an additional 734 deaths from Coronavirus within 24 hours, raising the total number of deaths from the epidemic in the country rose to 115,347, according to a report by Johns Hopkins University.

The University’s data, which is a reference in tracking the infections and deaths caused by the Coronavirus, shows that the United States is the most country affected by the number of deaths and injuries (2,071,782). The US still has more than 20 thousand new infections per day, and they find it difficult to reduce that figure.

New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts, located on the East Coast, have recorded half of the US deaths a month ago, But the epidemic’s has moved to the Midwest, the south, and some West.

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin in Thursday said that the United States will not impose a new closure to fight the Coronavirus, despite the emergence of new cases for the virus in some states.

Brazil’s Health Ministry in Sunday said it had registered 21,704 new infections with the Coronavirus and 892 deaths in the last 24 hours.

”The total number of injuries in the country reached more than 850 thousand cases and 42,720 deaths” The ministry clarified

Mexican Ministry of Health declared that there are 424 new cases of Corona virus, which the total number in the country to more than 142.000 cases and 16,872 deaths. The government said the actual number of injured is probably much higher than the official statistics.

The new Coronavirus has infected at least 427,495 people worldwide since it appeared in China in December, according to an AFP count, official sources said Saturday at 19:00 GMT.

More than 7,711,490 cases have been officially recorded in 196 countries and regions since the virus start.

The figures reflect only part of the real number of injuries, as many countries do not tests the infected except those who need to be hospitalized. Among these cases, at least 3,458,300 people have been recovering.