Good morning, NBC News readers.The United States suffered its deadliest day of the coronavirus pandemic yet on Tuesday, just as the Chinese city where the illness was first reported finally lifted its lockdown. And a musical legend has been lost to the virus.Here’s what we’re watching this Wednesday morning.U.S. reports highest daily coronavirus death tollThe U.S. passed another grim milestone in its fight against the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic Tuesday with its highest daily death toll, bringing the total number of deaths in the country to nearly 13,000, according to NBC News’ tally.New York City continues to bear the brunt of the outbreak with over 4,000 coronavirus-related deaths — more than the number of people killed in the Sept. 11th attacks.The news comes as Wuhan, the Chinese city where the pandemic began, finally allowed its 11 million residents to leave their homes without special permission for the first time in nearly 11 weeks.Here are some of the other major developments:British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care. He is in “stable” condition, according to the country’s health minister. But the country has been jolted by his illness.The U.N. has warned that the pandemic could wipe out the

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