BOSTON – The United States, which is leading the world in COVID-19 deaths, surpassed 100,000 deaths today, May 27, according to John Hopkins University, which has been tracking world-wide COVID-19 cases.
The United Kingdom is second with 37,501, and Italy third at 33,013 deaths. France is fourth with 28,578 and Spain is fifth.
As of 10:30 p.m., John Hopkins University is reporting 5.695 million cases of the virus worldwide.
There are 1.699 million positive coronavirus cases in the United States, as of tonight, May 27. the United States is #1 in the world with positive cases, too.
Brazil is second with about 411,000 virus cases, with Russia is third with more than 370,00 cases.
China is 14th in the world for positive cases at 84,097.