US records most COVID deaths in single day, passing April mark

At least 2,658 people died from COVID-19 in the U.S. on Wednesday, making it the deadliest date for America since the pandemic started. The record was tallied Wednesday evening, meaning the day’s death toll could climb even higher overnight, CNN reported. Before Wednesday, the deadliest day of the pandemic was April 15, according to Johns Hopkins data. The now-third-worst day was Tuesday. More than 100,000 people were in the hospital battling the virus Wednesday, also a record, CBS News reported. Across the world, coronavirus spread rapidly during October and November, resulting in record dail…

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