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U.S. adds 38,576 new cases of coronavirus to 125,768 deaths

TOPICS: Arizona, California, coronavirus, COVID-19, Florida, New York, Texas, United States

The United States added 38,576 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing its global statistics to 2,544,169 cases of the disease, which has claimed 125,768 lives in the country, according to the independent count from Johns Hopkins University. The balance at 00.00 GMT on Monday showed a slight daily decrease in positive cases, which closed […]

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New record of coronavirus infections in the United States, with 38,079 new cases in one day

TOPICS: Arizona, California, coronavirus, epidemic curve, Florida, IHME, infections, Texas

The cases of coronavirus in the United States are growing steadily and, far from flattening the epidemic curve, it is not stopping growing. According to data from the count being conducted independently by Johns Hopkins University, the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases has reached 2,416,727 and 122,550 deaths. Most worrisome, 38,079 infections were counted […]

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U.S. nears 120,000 deaths from COVID-19, contagion still on the rise

TOPICS: Arizona, California, contagion, COVID-19, deaths, Florida, infections, Texas, United States

The United States reached 2,278,373 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 119,959 deaths from the disease on Sunday, according to the independent count from Johns Hopkins University. This balance on Monday was 27,000 more infections than on Saturday and 304 new deaths. After two consecutive days with more than 30,000 new cases per day, the figure […]

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TSMC, the large semiconductor supplier to Apple, AMD or NVIDIA, will produce 5 nanometer chips in the U.S.

TOPICS: AMD, Apple, Arizona, chips, factories, Nvidia, processors, Taiwan, TSMC

TSMC announces that it will invest $12 billion in the creation of a chip factory in Arizona, creating 1,600 jobs to produce some of its 5-nanometer chips. The Taiwanese company is the world’s largest semiconductor foundry and its customers include brands such as Apple, which uses its transistors to produce its Apple AX processors. The […]

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