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U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 8,500 as Trump warns of “critical weeks” ahead

This could be a critical week of coronavirus ahead for the U.S people, says President Trump!

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New York: As CBS News noted, the death toll of coronavirus has surpassed a mark of 8,500 on Sunday morning. There have been more than 8,503 death cases registered amid coronavirus pandemic. And the week seems to be the deadliest week of the pandemic in the entire country.

According to data recorded by Johns Hopkins University, the total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus is at least 312,245 in the U.S., while it’s about to touch a million globally. Sadly, New York turned out as a hotspot of the pandemic where most of the deaths happened. Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday that the coming four to eight days could be the peak of this coronavirus pandemic.

On Saturday, President Donald Trump warned the locals that the country is heading towards huge crises of COVID-19 cases and this lead to the toughest week for the nation. He also showcased his concern to get the nation back on in terms of health and economy.

“This will probably be the toughest week, between this week and next week. And there will be a lot of death, unfortunately,” the president said in a somber start to his daily briefing on the pandemic on Saturday. “There will be death.”

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As predicted by the global health experts, the U.S and India could face a heavy rise in coronavirus death cases in the coming weeks. The day of President’s daily briefing i.e., Saturday has taken the highest lives in the entire USA. Officials and authorities are taking the pandemic on priority by keeping rules and regulations for locals not to move out of their houses. And if needed, they should wear a face mask, like the one that has been imposed in some cities of Texas.

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