COVID-19 spreads to all 50 states in US, death toll reaches 112

Washington: All the 50 American states have now been afflicted with the Novel Coronavirus, with West Virginia being the 50th state to report it’s first confirmed case of COVID-19 on Wednesday, even as the death toll in the country due to the virus reached 112.
Speaking to the media, West Virginia’s Governor Jim Justice said ‘We knew this was coming. The case was in the eastern panhandle of the state.’
He, however, refused to give any further details.
Illinois on Tuesday became the 18th American state to report a death due to the deadly virus.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said they were considering a lockdown, similar to the one in San Francisco Bay area, which will confine people to their homes, allowing them to come out only to buy groceries or medicine.
San Francisco Bay area has told it’s 6.7 million residents to stay indoors until 7 April, due to the pandemic.
The death toll in the whole of United States has reached 108, with 6,300 confirmed cases across the country.
Across the globe, nearly 8,000 people have died and nearly 200,000 have been infected.