The past day is the daily number of fatalities has fallen by over 13 percent, shows the inventory.
Coronavirusset have the latest day required additional 1155 life in the UNITED states.
It shows a statement from the Johns Hopkins University early Monday morning, Danish time.
the Figure is made up from at 05.00 Sunday pm to 05.00 Monday Danish time. In the same period of the previous day was the number of deaths, 1336.
Thus, there has been a decrease in the number of dead in 24 hours of 13.5 percent.
In all, 9634 coronapatienter in the UNITED states died.
New York, which is one of the hardest hit states in the UNITED states, reported on Sunday about a decrease in the daily number of deaths for the first time in a week.
the decrease in deaths from 630 to 594. A total of more than 4100 dead in New York.
New York governor Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday that new admissions had fallen by 50 percent over the previous day.
In other states such as Pennsylvania, Colorado and Washington D. C. there has been an increase in deaths. Wyoming is the only state in the UNITED states, where coronavirusset has not yet made its entry.
More than 337.000 persons in the UNITED states has been tested positive for the coronavirus. Approximately 17.500 declared healthy again. It is estimated, however, with a large mørketal.
the UNITED states is the country in the world with the most smittetilfælde, while Italy has registered the most deaths, with over 15.800 people.
president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump, during the weekend at a news conference warned that the UNITED states goes into one of the toughest weeks ever, with “many deaths”.
Nevertheless, there was a glimmer of hope, on the president’s latest press conference on the night of Monday Danish time.
Here, he said that the slight decrease in the number of deaths in New York could be “a good sign”, and that the UNITED states is “beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel”.
Medical experts in The White House have said that between 100,000 and 240,000 americans may die in the pandemic.