The coronavirus death toll in the US moved close to 52,000 and number of cases passed 905,000 on Saturday, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

The Maryland-based university’s running counter showed 51,956 deaths, 905,364 cases, and 99,079 recoveries across the world’s hardest-hit country.

New York is the worst-hit state in the US with 21,264 deaths and 278,445 cases, followed by New Jersey with over 100,000 cases.

The US has the highest COVID-19 death toll in the world, followed by Italy with 25,969 and Spain with 22,524.

Read more: US coronavirus death toll nears 52,000