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With 633 New Deaths In Last 24 Hours, US' COVID-19 Fatalities Near A Staggering 98,000

Meanwhile, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the globe has surpassed 5.3 million, while the global toll is more than 342,000, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).

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With 633 New Deaths In Last 24 Hours, US' COVID-19 Fatalities Near A Staggering 98,000
Medical staff outside a hospital in the United States. (AP)
With 633 New Deaths In Last 24 Hours, US' COVID-19 Fatalities Near A Staggering 98,000
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2020-05-26T08:44:16+0530

The United States has registered another 20,634 positive cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, taking the total tally to 1,653,904, according to John Hopkins University.

The country also witnessed another 633 deaths due to COVID-19, which took the number of fatalities to a staggering 97,948.

On Sunday, the COVID-19 cases in the US increased by 21,675, while the number of fatalities grew by 1,108.

Meanwhile, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the globe has surpassed 5.3 million, while the global toll is more than 342,000, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).

There have been over 102,790 new cases registered worldwide, bringing the overall number to 5,307,298, as per the WHO estimations.

The number of deaths has increased by 4,383 to 342,070.

In terms of cases, Brazil comes in the second place with 374,898 infections.

It is followed by Russia (353,427), the UK (262,547), Spain (235,400), Italy (230,158), France (183,067), Germany (180,600), Turkey (157,814), India (144,950), Iran (137,724), and Peru (123,979), the CSSE figures showed.

Meanwhile, the UK ranked second after the US with 36,996 COVID-19 deaths, the highest fatalities in Europe.

The other countries with over 10,000 deaths are Italy (32,877), France (28,460), Spain (26,834), and Brazil (23,473).

On March 11, the WHO declared the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic.

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