Coronavirus: More than 66,441 dead in U.S., 243,015 have died globally

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“More than 3.44 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 243,015 have died,” Reuters calculated as of 0200 GMT on Sunday, based on public health data from around the world.

At least 66,441 people in the U.S. are confirmed to have died of COVID-19, as of May 3.

There is widespread understanding that the U.S. death toll undercounts coronavirus deaths, in part because of problems with access to testing.

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