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THE WEEK 04/02/2020 02:51
As the world creeps toward 1 billion confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus and surpasses 47,000 deaths, the U.S. hit on Wednesday, reporting more than 1,000 deaths tied to the coronavirus for the first time. As of Tuesday morning, according to a , the U.S. has 216,721 cases and 5,138 coronavirus deaths, including 1,374 in New York City. The number of deaths reported Wednesday, 1,040, is more than twice the previous U.S. high mark, 504 deaths, registered Tuesday, . The U.S. now has the largest confirmed outbreak of COVID-19 in the world, though there are serious doubts about the numbers reported from China and other nations. Only Italy (13,155 deaths) and Spain (9,387) have higher official death counts. On Wednesday, the administration.
Guyana Chronicle (Guyana) 04/02/2020 02:45
…“The 134th Championships will instead be staged from June 28 to July 11, 2021.” LONDON (Reuters) – The Wimbledon championships were cancelled for the first time since World War Two on Wednesday as the coronavirus pandemic struck another blue-riband sports event off the calendar and wiped out the entire tennis grasscourt season. While the decision.

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