The United States sets a sad record of 884 deaths in the past 24 hours.
That is the highest number of deaths per day in the country, according to a statement from Johns Hopkins University at night until Thursday Danish time.
That's what the AFP news agency writes.
In total, over 213,000 people have been found infected with coronavirus in the United States. Of these, more than 8,000 have reported fast again.
The United States has a total of over 5,000 deaths from the virus.
It is third most worldwide, surpassed only by Spain with over 9,000 dead and Italy with over 13,000 dead.
It is the second day in a row that the United States records over 800 deaths in a day.
New York is hardest hit
Worst, it is in the state of New York, which holds the million city of New York City. In the city with 8.6 million inhabitants, more than 1,100 have died as a result of the virus.
Worldwide, over 930,000 people have been registered as infected. Of these, more than 193,000 have been reported again.
Italy is still the country that has recorded the most deaths in a day. March 27, 969 dead were detected with the virus in the country, writes AFP.
In Denmark, 3107 people have been tested positive for the coronavirus. 104 have died and 146 are currently in intensive care units. It showed figures Wednesday evening from the National Board of Health and the State Serum Institute (SSI).
On April 1, SSI reported for the first time about the number of fast-tracked Danes following coronavirus infection. That figure was Wednesday night at 894.
US President Donald Trump, who has previously downplayed the impact of the pandemic in the United States, said Wednesday that “we will have a few weeks from now that will be horrible.”
On Sunday, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the United States, Anthony Fauci, estimated that between 100,000 and 200,000 could die in the United States as a result of the coronavirus, the AFP writes.