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Number of COVID-19 Cases In The US Exceeds 1.4 Million As Trump’s Adviser Warns Of The Consequences Of Reopening Too Soon

The current number of infections and deaths from Covid-19 in the US are 1,408,574 and 83,424 cases, respectively. The US continues to be the largest epidemic region in the world.

According to data on Worldometer, the website updates the Covid-19 data in real time, in the past 24 hours, the US recorded 22,740 cases of corona virus, bringing the total number of cases to more than 1,408,574. 

The number of deaths in the country is now 83,424, after an additional 1,629 deaths due to Covid-19. 296,746 people have recovered. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on May 12 announced an additional 195 deaths in the state, bringing the total number of deaths from Covid-19 in the largest epidemic area in the US to 21,835. 

Three areas of the state are about to reopen their economy after meeting the criteria set by Cuomo. However, Cuomo remained cautious, expressing concern that translation from other states could be transmitted to New York and insisted they would only be open when ready. 

President Donald Trump's adviser also said that many experts believe that the number of people who die of nCoV in the United States is higher than statistics, due to the number of people infected with viruses that die at home. He doesn't know exactly what percentage of actual deaths are higher than the statistics, "but almost certainly" is higher.

President Trump urged the states to quickly relax the blockade, and criticized Democrats for delaying economic opening for political purposes. 

However, Anthony Fauci, White House health adviser, warned that if the localities rushed to reopen, the consequences could be "really serious".

Fauci warned states that disregard the guidelines for safe re-opening that experts recommend "there is a real risk of triggering an uncontrolled outbreak," adding that the move will lead to efforts. control Covid-19 back to the starting line. 

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