The death toll in America from coronavirus has reached 100,000 according to the latest data Wednesday from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, with the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country now at 1,725,275.
The latest figures come as all U.S. states have now enacted some form of relaxed stay-at-home orders amid the pandemic.
The country has been under a national emergency since March 13, part of a global shutdown that has imperiled economies both here and abroad.
Globally, the World Health Organization reported Tuesday there are a total of 5,684,802 confirmed cases in 216 countries and territories worldwide, with 352,225 deaths due to the virus.
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