The United States accounts for nearly a third of the world’s confirmed coronavirus cases – about 29% of 1.6 million cases globally as of Friday morning, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. also has more COVID-19 deaths than any other nation – over 16,600 – with the exception of Italy.
Most Americans continue to think the battle against the coronavirus outbreak is going badly, and few would feel comfortable being out in crowded spaces now,.
As the world remains locked down, Christians are observing a Good Friday unlike any other in recent memory.
There are encouraging signs, though, that two hard-hit states are starting to turn a corner in their virus fight. The number of people being hospitalized with COVID-19 in New York and California is falling.
Detailed information from the CDC on coronavirus treatment and prevention.