Untied States has surpassed 30 million COVID cases.
Since the pandemic started, the United States has registered more than 30 million cases of coronavirus with more than 85,000 new cases on Wednesday. This figure has risen abruptly above Tuesday report, 53,572, So, in aggregate, close to an actual figure of 30,011,000 people have been tested positive for coronavirus in United States,
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the country passed the 20 million mark on March 24, nearly a year after it reached 20 million.
According to the university, no other country has reported as many outbreaks, and there are likely to be a large number of infections that have gone unnoticed.
It goes on to say that the United States is the worst-affected country in the world in terms of COVID-19 deaths, with more than half a million recorded.
In the United States, more than 46.3 million people have been completely vaccinated, with more than 85.4 million receiving at least one dose.
With 12.1 million cases, Brazil is the second-highest cumulative total, led by 11.7 million cases in India, where regular infections have risen in recent weeks.
However, one will begin to wonder why the index keeps increasing even with the advent of the vaccine. Could it be that people are being nonchalant by not adhering to the guidelines or these measures are not just effective enough.
The US is preparing for her 3rd main expenditure package of the pandemic – a $1.9 trillion (£1.4tn) plan which President Joe Biden has anchored as a way to assist struggling Americans. How far can this go?
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