Tuesday Coronavirus Update: 1.3 Million Cases Worldwide, Over 360,000 in U.S.

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Happy Tuesday!

Here's what you need to know about the coronavirus worldwide. 

There are over 1.3 million cases of the coronavirus worldwide, with over 75,000 deaths.

Over 289,000 people have fully recovered from the virus.

The U.S. has the highest amount of cases, with over 368,000.

Spain has over 140,000 cases and Italy has 132,000.

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Good morning, it’s Tuesday, April 7.

There are over 1.3 million cases of the coronavirus worldwide, with over 75,000 deaths.

Over 289,000 people have fully recovered from the virus.

The U.S. has the highest amount of cases, with over 368,000.

Spain has over 140,000 cases and Italy has 132,000.

New York state has over 130,000 cases of the virus, with around 72,000 of those cases in New York City.

In Wisconsin--which has around 2,400 cases--voters will now have to choose on Tuesday between following the government’s plea to practice social distancing and remain inside as much as possible, or to vote--which is their civic duty.

The Supreme Court has ruled to refuse the extension of absentee voting in Wisconsin’s elections by six days.

The vote--which came in 5-4--had the justices who have been appointed by Republicans ruling in favor, while the justices nominated by Democrats ruled in dissent.

The opinion said that making such a change “fundamentally alters the nature of the election.”

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg disagreed and said that she believes that the court’s order, “I fear, will result in massive disenfranchisement”

Jim Cramer and I will be breaking down the latest live at 10:30am. You can watch us live on TheStreet.com or find us on Facebook or Twitter @TheStreet.

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