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Home Health News US marks 160,000 virus deaths, talks stall – Australian Associated Press

US marks 160,000 virus deaths, talks stall – Australian Associated Press

More than 160,000 people have died from COVID-19 in the United States, a Reuters tally shows, as President Donald Trump says he would unilaterally grant financial relief to Americans after talks with congressional Democrats stalled.

The grim milestone on Friday, which includes 10,000 deaths nationwide in the past nine days, comes as Americans and their political leaders remain divided over such issues as reopening schools, testing, business closures and mask…

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