Donald Trump announced on Thursday a half-mast for three days of flags flying over US federal buildings to honor the memory of victims of the coronavirus.

"I will fly the flags on federal buildings and national monuments at half-mast for the next three days in memory of the Americans we lost because of the coronavirus," the US president tweeted.

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The country most grieving by the pandemic, the United States has deplored more than 94,000 deaths from the virus, according to a count by Johns Hopkins University, which refers.

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