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There are at least 2.5M coronavirus cases in the United States

June 28, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

There are at least 2,510,151 cases of coronavirus in the United States, including at least 125,539 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University's tally.

There are at least 2,510,151 cases of coronavirus in the United States, including at least 125,539 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University's tally.

On Saturday, Johns Hopkins reported 42,597 new cases and 500 additional deaths.

China has reported 17 additional cases of coronavirus, according to the National Health Commission (NHC).

Since the United States has more confirmed coronavirus cases than anywhere else in the world, with numbers increasing in some states each day, US travelers are unlikely to be allowed in any time soon.

Brazil’s health ministry reported on Saturday that the first laboratory-confirmed death by Covid-19 in the country occurred on March 12 -- four days earlier than previously reported.

On Saturday, the health ministry also reported another virus death took place on March 15.

The health ministry said new details had come to light after it had bought more diagnostic tests and given them to states.

CNN asked the health ministry via email for more information on how the March 12 death became registered as a Covid-19 fatality more than three months after it happened.

Colombia reported a record 4,149 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday, the third time in a week the country has posted an all-time high of new infections.

The new cases bring the total number reported in Colombia to 88,591 -- higher than the total reported by China, which is 84,726.

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