The United States recorded 100,047 coronavirus deaths on Wednesday, according to recent Johns Hopkins University records.
The number was reached a few days after four months since the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in the United States, particularly in the state of Washington.
In terms of the number of registered cases, the United States has nearly 1.7 million positive cases, making it by far the most affected country by the pandemic.
Although some metropolitan areas in the United States continue to have relatively high contagion rates, President Donald Trump has been working from the start to ensure that economic activity does not stop.
The epicenter of the pandemic is the state of New York, where almost 370,000 cases and more than 29,300 deaths have been reported.