America records over 1,000 deaths due to coronavirus

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At least 1,050 people have been reported dead from the novel coronavirus outbreak in the United State of America.

The COVID-19 virus has infected at least 69,171 people and killed 1,050 in the US as of March 25. Cases have been reported in all 50 states, as well as Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and Washington, DC. New York, the epicentre of the virus has a record number of 33,030 deaths and 366 deaths, business insider reports.

There are growing fears that the world’s biggest economy may bow down to the deadly coronavirus or topple Italy and China’s record number of deaths and cases.

Here are the numbers of cases and deaths in each state and territory:

Alabama: 386 cases, 1 death
Alaska: 41 cases, 1 death
Arizona: 401 cases, 6 deaths
Arkansas: 280 cases, 2 deaths
California: 3,161 cases, 67 deaths
Colorado: 1,087 cases, 20 deaths
Connecticut: 875 cases, 19 deaths
Delaware: 119 cases
Florida: 1,977 cases, 23 deaths
Georgia: 1,387 cases, 47 deaths
Guam: 37 cases, 1 death
Hawaii: 95 cases, 1 death
Idaho: 138 cases
Illinois: 1,869 cases, 19 deaths
Indiana: 478 cases, 14 deaths
Iowa: 146 cases, 1 death
Kansas: 137 cases, 3 deaths
Kentucky: 197 cases, 5 deaths
Louisiana: 1,795 cases, 65 deaths
Maine: 142 cases
Maryland: 426 cases, 4 deaths
Massachusetts: 1,838 cases, 15 deaths
Michigan: 2,296 cases, 43 deaths
Minnesota: 286 cases, 1 death
Mississippi: 377 cases, 5 deaths
Missouri: 354 cases, 8 deaths
Montana: 67 cases
Nebraska: 74 cases
Nevada: 330 cases, 14 deaths
New Hampshire: 137 cases, 1 death
New Jersey: 4,407 cases, 62 deaths
New Mexico: 113 cases, 1 death
New York: 33,030 cases, 366 deaths
North Carolina: 625 cases, 2 deaths
North Dakota: 45 cases
Ohio: 704 cases, 11 deaths
Oklahoma: 164 cases, 6 deaths
Oregon: 266 cases, 10 deaths
Pennsylvania: 1,284 cases, 15 deaths
Puerto Rico: 51 cases, 2 deaths
Rhode Island: 132 cases
South Carolina: 424 cases, 7 deaths
South Dakota: 41 cases, 1 death
Tennessee: 916 cases, 3 deaths
Texas: 1,331 cases, 17 deaths
US Virgin Islands: 17 cases
Utah: 340 cases, 1 death
Vermont: 125 cases, 8 deaths
Virginia: 397 cases, 9 deaths
Washington: 2,600 cases, 133 deaths
Washington, DC: 231 cases, 3 deaths
West Virginia: 52 cases
Wisconsin: 637 cases, 7 deaths
Wyoming: 49 cases