U.S. records highest one-day death toll of 2,129
The coronavirus death toll in the United States crossed 25,000 on Tuesday with the country witnessing the highest single-day tally of 2,129.
As of Tuesday, more than 6,05,000 Americans had tested positive for the novel coronavirus — more than the other top three countries taken together — according to Johns Hopkins University.
A record number of 2,129 of Americans died in one single day, the previous highest being 2,074 on April 10. New York has become the epicenter of the country’s outbreak with 2,03,020 confirmed cases and 10,842 deaths so far.
In total, 25,981 Americans have died due to the deadly virus, Johns Hopkins University said.