Coronavirus: US COVID-19 dies above 3,000 in 24 hours

The United States on Wednesday recorded more than 3,000 deaths from COVID-19 in 24 hours, according to Johns Hopkins University – the highest daily rate since April. U.S. officials have warned of imminent deaths as millions pass across the country for the Thanksgiving holiday in November, facing demands to stay home to reduce the spread of the virus. As of 8.30pm (4.30am UAE Thursday), the country recorded a total of 289,188 COVID-19 deaths, up from 3,071 in 24 hours. It registered nearly 220,481 new cases. California, where some 33 million people returned to detention this week, saw more than 30,000 cases on Wednesday – the highest in 24 hours in the U.S., according to the Covid Tracking Project. The number of hospital patients in the U.S. continued to break records, hitting 106,000 on Thursday. In the past two weeks, the US has surpassed COVID-related deaths several times several times a day, the number of the world’s worst competitors seen during the onset of the disease. By spreading uncontrollable protein spread, U.S. authorities have given up hope of stopping the spread of the vaccine. U.S. experts convened on Thursday to review the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which could be given an emergency order in the coming days. Nearly 15 million people have received COVID-19 in the US since the onset of the disease.