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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Deadliest day in US, COVID-19 vs. WW2 UK blitz, NYPD sick, & Antarctica cruise [Video]

Here are the latest numbers and information for your April 8 Coronavirus Update:

-1,447,516 worldwide cases, up almost 100,000 from Tuesday.
-83,000 worldwide deaths, up from 75,000 on Tuesday.
-308,000 people have recovered around the world..up almost 50,000 from Tuesday.
-There are now 400,549 cases in the U.S. (up almost 50k since yesterday).
-12,858 deaths in the U.S., up almost 2,000 from Tuesday.
-The US has the 17th highest death rate from COVID-19 — there are 39 deaths per one million residents (whereas Spain as 311 people per one million).
-New York has had the most coronavirus deaths in America compared to any other state, with most cases and deaths occurring in New York City.
-America had the deadliest day of the virus on Tuesday: 1,731 fatalities.
-20 percent of the NYPD is calling in sick.
-The coronavirus is now killing more Brits than The Blitz in WW2, which killed on average 131 people each day.
-Now even the penguins aren't safe: a cruise traveling from Australia to Antartica now has 60 percent of all passengers on board with coronavirus…and another 20 percent are presumed positive.
-Gun sales are up as much as 200 percent in some states.

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