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The United States now has the world’s highest coronavirus death toll

90% of the country is under stay-at-home orders. Image: REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Maria Caspani

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Public health experts have warned the U.S. death toll could reach 200,000 over the summer. Image: Reuters

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