139 coronavirus deaths reported in the United States


U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive order to prevent price gouging of essential medical supplies and personal protective equipment, as the United States for the first time reports 139 cases of coronavirus deaths each day.

More than 43,700 confirmed coronavirus cases were registered in the United States through Monday. According to Worldometer data, more than 10,000 were added in one day, a website that compiles COVID-19 cases. By Monday night, the number of infected people had reached 550 and 139 had died.

After Trump signed the executive order, he announced that his government would take action to award and unfairly sell basic medical and personal safety equipment, as well as hand sanitizers and masks.

New York State, and especially New York City, has become one of the hottest public health crises in the United States in recent memory. On Monday, one in two Americans in New York City was infected with the new coronavirus, and they reported 5,085 cases of news, bringing the total to 20,875.

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as many as 157 New Yorkers on alert in New York have died of coronavirus. As of Monday, the city had a total of 43 deaths. Health officials have warned that the number of casualties associated with COVID-19 in New York could rise sharply in the next few days.

Deborah Burks, coordinator of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, talks to reporters. He said attacks were high in New York City, the New York Subway in New Jersey and the Long Island area. Equivalent to one thousandth. This is five times more than in other regions.

At the White House press conference, President Trump spoke to reporters. New York is his highest priority.

He also pointed out that clinical trials will begin in New York. It is used for existing drugs that may prove effective against the virus.

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