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As the Chinese city that was the original center of the coronavirus outbreak came out of lockdown with a celebratory light show, the U.S. registered its deadliest day yet with nearly 2,000 lives lost.

After 11 weeks of strict restrictions on their movements, residents of Wuhan were allowed out on Wednesday and tens of thousands of residents prepared to leave the city, 100 days after the World Health Organization first reported the virus.

The article goes on to state the following:

New York remains the American epicenter of the crisis with a spike of over 800 fatalities Tuesday, dashing hopes numbers were leveling off. The state now accounts for 5,489 of the deaths in the U.S.

The latest COVID-19 stats (at time of publication of this story):

  • US Coronavirus Cases: 422,369
  • US Deaths: 14,463
  • US Recovered: 22,187
  • US New deaths: 1,622

  • Global Coronavirus Cases: 1,498,013
  • Global Coronavirus Deaths: 87,731
  • Global Recovered: 319,192

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