Sara G. Miller16h ago / 10:33 PM UTCThe U.S. coronavirus death toll surpassed 100 on Tuesday.In addition, West Virginia, the last remaining state without a confirmed coronavirus case, reported its first. There are more than 5,800 cases in the U.S.More than half of the deaths, 53, are in Washington state. There have been 12 deaths in New York, nine in California, six in Florida, four in Louisiana, three in New Jersey, two in Virginia, two in Indiana, and one each in Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Nevada, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota and Texas.The first coronavirus death in the U.S. was reported on Feb. 29, in Washington state. Geoff Bennett16h ago / 10:21 PM UTCA timeline of Trump’s public statements about the coronavirus threatAfter weeks of downplaying the risks posed by the coronavirus outbreak and lashing out at his critics, President Trump has since embraced a more urgent approach and sober tone as he’s implored Americans to do their part to help stem the spread.From insisting a week ago that the virus will “go away” if Americans “just stay calm,” the president now admits the pandemic is “not under control.”His previous statements also contradict his assertion Tuesday that he “felt that it

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