United States COVID-19 cases crossed 100,000 mark

United States COVID-19 cases crossed 100,000 mark

The United States is recorded with more than 100,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past two months.

It has become the country with the most confirmed cases and also surpassed China and Italy. 

President Donald Trump signed the largest economic stimulus package law of $2 trillion for federal assistance to businesses and workers.

Moreover the president imposed quarantine in New York, New Jersey, and  some parts of Connecticut.

Trump has declared national emergency in the States and has. Been accused of not taking the virus seriously and not taking any action sooner.

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United States COVID-19 cases spiked up by 15,000 on Friday and more than 6,000 cases were hospitalised in New York with more than 1,500 in intensive care until and 519 were reported dead. 

Different hospitals in New York, Detroit, New Orleans and other states have already reported the scarcity of medical supplies, drugs and medical staff. New York has vebecome the epicentre of the most confirmed cases. Hot regions like Chicago, Detroit and Bew Orleans are also having a worse week.

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As per the new poll, 9 out of 10 people in America are staying at home and practicing social distancing as much as possible. This practice has reduced the risk of more people getting infected from the outbreak.