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US reports more than 1,000 deaths from Covid-19 for 4th straight day


Huntington Beach, Jul 30 (EFE/EPA).- The United States on Thursday reported 1,465 deaths across the country and 68,569 new positive cases.These figures brought the total number of deaths to 155,285 and cases to 4,634,985. (Camera: EUGENE GARCIA). SHOT LIST: PEOPLE IN THE ANTI-MASK CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIFORNIA, US.

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