Global Coronavirus Death Toll Nears One Million

Global Coronavirus Death Toll Nears One Million

The U.S. reported 36,919 new coronavirus cases as the world-wide death toll approached one million. India, meanwhile, became the second country after the U.S. to have reported more than six million infections.

The new U.S. cases bring the nation’s total of reported infections since the start of the pandemic to about 7.14 million, with more than 205,000 dead, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. World-wide, 33 million people have been infected and 999,667 have died.


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