U.S. coronavirus death toll reaches 150,000, highest in the world



Health experts predict the number could reach 200,000 in less than two months. The United States COVID-19 deaths topped 150,000 on Wednesday, the highest in the world, according to Johns Hopkins University. Brazil and Great Britain reportedly rank 2nd and 3rd in coronavirus related deaths. As of July 23, there are 4 million confirmed infections in the U.S, USA Today reports. California, Texas and Florida saw record-breaking death tolls this week, while Tennessee and Arkansas set records for both deaths and news cases. Read More: NBA player Michael Porter Jr. says that COVID-19 is being used for...

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