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U.S. deaths near 15,000 as Wuhan lifts lockdown

The U.S. suffered its deadliest day of the coronavirus pandemic yet, with nearly 2,000 deaths just two days. The death toll now stands at 14,721, according to NBC News.

The Chinese city of Wuhan, the original epicenter of the outbreak, ended its 11-week lockdown. The city celebrated with a colourful light show. Residents will be tracked by smartphone apps to prove they are healthy and haven’t mixed with anyone infected with coronavirus.

In London, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent his second night “stable” in an intensive care unit. The country has been jolted by his illness.

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