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The United States has now recorded more cases of coronavirus than any other nation, including China, as the number has climbed past 100,000, according to count from NBC News. The worldwide number for coronavirus is 551,337. Deaths due to the outbreak were 24,906, with 127,564 recoveries produced from the infection.

The U.S. is currently subjected to more Covid-19 outbreaks than any other country in the world, surpassing both Italy and China, where the first epidemic occurred. At 330 million citizens, the U.S. is the third most populated country in the world, so it offers a large population of citizens who can possibly have Covid-19, the virus-caused disease.

Initially, the World Health Organisation said the “massive increase” of cases in the United States means that it had the ability to become the global epicentre for the disease. While the WHO has firmly encouraged countries to research as frequently as necessary, owing to restricted availability of testing and a much-needed ventilator, health care professionals have come under strain. “We are also seeing a growing number of incidents, an increasing number of hospitalizations, an increasing number of admissions to the hospital, an increasingly more number of cases with ventilators,” said Thomas Tsai, Harvard’s health policy professor at AFP.

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When broad swaths across the United States forced non-essential industries to close down and millions of people to stay at home, almost 3.3 million Americans registered in the last weak alone for unemployment benefits. Wednesday, the Senate approved a $2 trillion package of economic stimulus bills that contains extended unemployment compensation coverage. It’s hoped the House would pass it without any amendments.

If you have coronavirus- signs-, fever, breathing trouble, contact the doctor. The disease is easily infectious, so you want to reduce the risk of transmitting it. Clean your hands daily with soap and water, preferably washing for at least 20 seconds and stop handling personal household objects, periodically washing “high-touch” surfaces like handset. Your healthcare system and even your regional health authority can help you determine how long these measures will continue.