Covid-19 cases in US surpass 4 million, global tally crosses 15 million-mark

Despite the surge in Covid-19 cases, countries across the world including the US, India, Denmark and Italy have started the process of lifting the lockdown by easing restrictions.
Men dressed in business attire walk on 6th Ave. following the outbreak of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, US on July 23, 2020.(Reuters Photo)
Men dressed in business attire walk on 6th Ave. following the outbreak of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, US on July 23, 2020.(Reuters Photo)
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Maryland | ByAsian News International | Posted by Kanishka Sarkar

The total number of coronavirus cases in the US has exceeded four million, according to the latest update by the Johns Hopkins University.

According to the data, the US has till now reported 4,021,053 Covid-19 cases and 143,967 deaths.

Meanwhile, the total Covid-19 case count worldwide stands at 15,348,877 and 626,190 fatalities have been reported so far.

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Despite the surge in cases, countries across the world including the US, India, Denmark and Italy have started the process of lifting the lockdown by easing restrictions.

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