Coronavirus Updates: US death toll climbs past 90,000

Coronavirus Updates: US death toll climbs past 90,000
Coronavirus Updates: US death toll climbs past 90,000

The United States death toll from COVID-19 has surpassed 90,000.

According to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, 90,193 people have died from the virus in the U.S.

Earlier this month, President Donald Trump again revised his estimate of how many Americans will die from the coronavirus, saying it could be as many as 100,000.

– Virginia Beach allowed to reopen its beaches on Friday

Virginia Beach can reopen its public beaches this Friday, Gov. Ralph Northam said on Monday.

The new order will allow sunbathing, swimming and fishing.

The governor’s previous order only allowed beaches to be used for exercise.

But there will be some restrictions: no alcohol, large gatherings or team sports. Northam warned that if rules are not followed, and if social distancing is ignored, he will reinstate restrictions or close the beaches.

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