The US may have seen 8.7 million coronavirus cases in March alone, new research shows — meaning millions went undiagnosed
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The US had 8.7 million coronavirus infections during the last three weeks of March, according to a new study.

Only 100,000 cases were officially recorded during that time.

The researchers estimated that less than 13% of true US coronavirus infections had been diagnosed by the end of March.

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