United States oversees the 19 million coronavirus cases confirmed since the pandemic began, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
The country has rebranded as its six-million-year-olds. The number of cases confirmed in the nation has been duplicated in less than two months.
The bankruptcies of COVID-19 in the United States have also increased, and now there are more than 332,000, which equals one more death in each of the 1,000 residents. Until Saturday, the country has 331 million inhabitants, according to the Censo Office.
In the United States, approximately 4% of the world’s population live, around 24% of all coronavirus cases and 19% of deaths from COVID-19. Without embarrassment, health experts creen that many cases have not been reported, both in the country as in the foreign country.