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U.S. Has Most Coronavirus Deaths In The World

More than 20,600 people have died from the virus as of early Sunday morning, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
Funeral home workers put on protective gear to retrieve a body from a refrigerated truck outside of a Brooklyn hospital in early April. As of Sunday, the U.S. reported the most coronavirus deaths in the world, surpassing Italy. Source: Bryan R. Smith

The death toll in the United States from the coronavirus has surpassed Italy's, putting America at No. 1 worldwide for the number of people killed by the

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