The count is kept by Johns Hopkins University, based on figures from state health authorities.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, US Death Toll From Coronavirus Hits 200000
Join WHUR News for a special two-part series of the Daily Drum as we present “Making It Plain… African-Americans and the COVID-19 Vaccine” Wednesday, September 16 and Thursday, September 17 at 7 PM.
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The tech giants on Tuesday launched the second phase of their “exposure notification” system, designed to automatically alert people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus.
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The U.S. leads the world in the number of coronavirus cases, with 5.4 million cases reported as of Tuesday, and more than 170,000 confirmed dead, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
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With unemployment in the U.S. hitting frighteningly high levels, Walmart’s ability to deliver low-priced food, clothing and electronics strengthened its structural advantages further.
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Howard University Hospital CEO discusses the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and re-imagining the hospital.
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Keeping seniors emotionally and physically safe during the pandemic.
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Dating back to a law initially enacted in 1905, the United States has the full authority to place anyone in jail or fine them for refusing the vaccine.
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Addressing immunizations and other non-COVID-19 healthcare issues.
Tags: coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. Omeche Idoko-Forrester, Family Physician, health, Medical Monday, Medical Pavilion at National Harbor
Several college football conferences could cancel this year.
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