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US COVID-19 cases surpass 33.4 mln, death toll exceeds 598,000

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1. Screenshots of U.S. COVID-19 data from Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University

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2. Sign of COVID Vaccine Clinic
3. People at vaccination center
4. Man getting vaccinated
5. Various of medics preparing COVID-19 vaccines
6. Various of people getting vaccinated
7. Various of mobile vaccination vehicle
8. Various of people getting vaccinated

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9. Various of outdoor seatings, people talking
10. Notice requiring customers to wear masks
11. Chef making pizza
12. Waiter talking with customer

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13. Poster of COVID-19 vaccines attached on window
14. Various of poster calling on people to get vaccinated

FILE: California, USA - May 9, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
15. Various of pedestrians

San Francisco, California, USA - June 1, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
16. Traffic

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The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States surpassed 33.41 million as of Wednesday, with the death toll exceeding 598,700, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Specifically, the country's case count rose to 33,411,461, with the death toll reaching 598,762 as of 19:24 Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Wednesday, the CSSE tally showed.

The United States still leads the world in the numbers of both confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths.

While lots of developing nations are still falling short of vaccine shots, thousands will expire soon in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Delaware and other states because fewer and fewer Americans are getting vaccinated, according to U.S. media reports.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said Monday that approximately 200,000 doses of Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Ohio are set to expire on June 23.

Like Ohio, some other states have considered shipping excess doses to other states or overseas, but said they faced legal and logistical hurdles.

Meanwhile, the U.S. government has not taken measures to solve the problem, and millions of vaccine doses might be wasted based on current situation, according to NBC News.

According to a report of CNBC on Tuesday, Florida and Alabama will no longer report daily COVID-19 cases as the states enter the "next phase" of the pandemic, which was questioned by the public health experts.

On Monday, the Florida Department of Health said in a statement that the state "is transitioning into the next phase of the COVID-19 response," and the department "has moved to a weekly reporting schedule."

Alabama moved to a new schedule on the same day in which the state will update case and death data three times a week and vaccination data twice a week.

However, data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that only 36 percent of Alabama residents have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, one of the lowest vaccination rates in the country. Besides, 50 percent of Florida's residents have received the first dose, which is closer to the nationwide rate of 52 percent, but still lag.

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USA-Coronavirus/Data Update

US COVID-19 cases surpass 33.4 mln, death toll exceeds 598,000

Dateline : June 1/10, 2021/Recent/File

Location : United States

Duration : 1'48

  • English
  • Français
  • Español
  • 日本語


Beijing, China - June 10, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Screenshots of U.S. COVID-19 data from Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University

Toledo, Ohio, USA - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Sign of COVID Vaccine Clinic
3. People at vaccination center
4. Man getting vaccinated
5. Various of medics preparing COVID-19 vaccines
6. Various of people getting vaccinated
7. Various of mobile vaccination vehicle
8. Various of people getting vaccinated

Miami, Florida, USA - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of outdoor seatings, people talking
10. Notice requiring customers to wear masks
11. Chef making pizza
12. Waiter talking with customer

San Francisco, California, USA - June 1, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
13. Poster of COVID-19 vaccines attached on window
14. Various of poster calling on people to get vaccinated

FILE: California, USA - May 9, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
15. Various of pedestrians

San Francisco, California, USA - June 1, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
16. Traffic


The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States surpassed 33.41 million as of Wednesday, with the death toll exceeding 598,700, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Specifically, the country's case count rose to 33,411,461, with the death toll reaching 598,762 as of 19:24 Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Wednesday, the CSSE tally showed.

The United States still leads the world in the numbers of both confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths.

While lots of developing nations are still falling short of vaccine shots, thousands will expire soon in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Delaware and other states because fewer and fewer Americans are getting vaccinated, according to U.S. media reports.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said Monday that approximately 200,000 doses of Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Ohio are set to expire on June 23.

Like Ohio, some other states have considered shipping excess doses to other states or overseas, but said they faced legal and logistical hurdles.

Meanwhile, the U.S. government has not taken measures to solve the problem, and millions of vaccine doses might be wasted based on current situation, according to NBC News.

According to a report of CNBC on Tuesday, Florida and Alabama will no longer report daily COVID-19 cases as the states enter the "next phase" of the pandemic, which was questioned by the public health experts.

On Monday, the Florida Department of Health said in a statement that the state "is transitioning into the next phase of the COVID-19 response," and the department "has moved to a weekly reporting schedule."

Alabama moved to a new schedule on the same day in which the state will update case and death data three times a week and vaccination data twice a week.

However, data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that only 36 percent of Alabama residents have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, one of the lowest vaccination rates in the country. Besides, 50 percent of Florida's residents have received the first dose, which is closer to the nationwide rate of 52 percent, but still lag.

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Published : 2021-06-10 08:51

Last Modified : 2021-06-10 19:56:01

Source : China Central Television (CCTV),China Global Television Network (CGTN)

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