Coronavirus World: 1.5 Million Infected, 86,000 Deaths, Economy Becomes Worst

The COVID-19 pandemic notched up the round of record death tolls in the U.S and Europe, US President Trump who insisted there was light at the end of the tunnel.

The COVID-19 has now killed over 86,000 people and caused the infection to 1.5 million, leaving no country and pushing the world into a devastating economic crisis as global trade shudders to a pause.

For the 2nd straight day, the United States grieved nearly 2,000 deaths on Wednesday(8th April 2024), as flags flew in hardest-hit New York.

“We are hopefully heading towards a final stretch, the light at the end of the tunnel,” Trump added further.

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