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Worldwide COVID-19 Cases Top 14 Million

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Worldwide COVID-19 Cases Top 14 MillionThe U.S. has 3.6 million of the world’s 14.1 million COVID-19 infections. Brazil follows with two million cases and India comes in third with one million infections, according to Johns Hopkins University statistics. More than 70,000 new COVID-19 cases were reported Friday in the U.S., according to a New York Times database. The World Health Organization Friday reported nearly a quarter-million new confirmed cases worldwide in a single day. Even though the U.S. has the world’s top tally of COVID-19 cases, President Donald Trump has said he will not consider a national mask mandate, saying in an interview on Fox News to be broadcast Sunday, “I want people to...
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