Italy’s death toll from COVID-19 has topped 10,000, making it the highest in the world. On Saturday, Italy’s civil protection authority said an additional 889 people had died in a 24-hour period, down slightly from the day before. The country, which is roughly one-sixth the size of the U.S. now has 92,472 confirmed cases. China, the epicenter of the pandemic, only reported 81,997 cases and 3,299 deaths. The U.S. has reported nearly 125,000 cases and just over 2,000 deaths.
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