Deadliest Day: The U.S. sees 2,909 people die of Covid-19 in 24 hours as states continue to push to reopen

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The United States just had its deadliest day on record due to the coronavirus as states across the country begin to ease restrictions meant to curb the spread of the virus, according to data published by the World Health Organization. The U.S. saw 2,909 people die of Covid-19 in 24 hours, according to the data, which was collected as of 4 a.m. ET on Friday. That’s the highest daily Covid-19 death toll in the U.S. yet, based on a CNBC analysis of the WHO’s daily Covid-19 situation reports.

Former Republican Governor of Pennsylvania Tom Ridge, who also served as the Homeland Security secretary under President George W. Bush, says armed protesters demonstrating against COVID-19 lock-down orders are self-absorbed and not heroes.

Before May 1, the next highest U.S. daily death toll was 2,471 reported on April 23, according to the WHO. State officials have previously warned that data on Covid-19 deaths are difficult to analyze because they often represent patients who became ill and were hospitalized weeks ago. Representatives of the WHO did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment. The country’s deadliest day comes as state officials weigh reopening parts of the economy and easing stay-at-home orders. Public health officials and epidemiologists have warned that as the public grows fatigued by restrictions and businesses reopen, the virus could spread rapidly throughout communities that have yet to experience a major epidemic.

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Protesters in at least 10 states on Friday demanded that the government lift stay-at-home orders and other emergency measures put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Among the states that saw protests are California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey. New York state, which has reported more than 27% of all confirmed cases in the U.S., according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, has borne the brunt of the U.S. outbreak so far. The state has reported at least 24,039 of the country’s 65,173 Covid-19 deaths, according to Hopkins. The toll of the deadliest day of Covid-19 in the U.S. rivals that of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, which claimed the lives of 2,973 people in one day, according to a government commission.  –CNBC

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1 Response to Deadliest Day: The U.S. sees 2,909 people die of Covid-19 in 24 hours as states continue to push to reopen

  1. niebo says:

    Given all the information that I have collated that proves that they are manipulating the statistics – I do not believe a word they say. This is the NWO entrenching itself via fiat executive orders, the destruction of the economy, and the impoverishment of everybody “else” . . . all part of the plan. Pestilence. Famine. Death – investigate the “pale” horse being, in reality, “green”,

    and understand that “death” = wasting disease, If you have not already, get your house in order and your soul right with God. This is just the excuse for a powergrab, THE stranglehold of control over all of us. THEY ARE LYING, like the devil in the garden, to OUR destruction. Come quickly, Lord Jesus.


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