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The number of deaths from the coronavirus in the United States topped 100,000 on Wednesday, a bleak moment that arrived after months of stark public health measures upended the lives of millions of Americans and battered the country’s economy.
The 100,000 milestone, which is based on NBC News’ tally from state officials, comes as the number of deaths in the U.S. continues to rise, though possibly at a slower rate than previously.
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While the number of fatalities increases, officials in states across the United States have begun kickstarting their economies in ways that are vastly different, and the White House has remained at odds with its own infectious disease experts over how swiftly that process should play out.
On Sunday, President Donald Trump tweeted that “cases, numbers and deaths” were falling across the country. The statement echoed an assertion he made earlier this month that was contradicted at the time by the White House’s own pandemic task force, according to an internal White House report obtained by NBC News.