As of Monday afternoon local time, the United States had accumulated more than 28 million people infected with COVID-19 and 500,054 dead, according to Reuters statistics. But the number of infected daily fell from the peak of 300,000 a day on Jan. 8 to about 55,000 on Sunday. Lowest since mid-October last year
However, that number accounts for 14% of COVID-19 deaths worldwide and is one of the few countries with the highest mortality rate per 100,000 after Belgium, the United Kingdom and Italy. In the US As many as 500,000 people have died, meaning 1 in every 673 people in the United States dies due to the virus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden’s senior adviser for infectious diseases, told ABC News’ Good Morning America: We do the job worse than most countries. Even though we are a very rich and developed country. “
The Biden and Mrs. Kamala Harris, Vice President. Provides a memorial service for victims of the COVID-19 virus. At the white house There will be a presidential speech, a monologue, and a memorial candle lighting ceremony. Biden is also preparing to order the federal government. Reduce the national flag in half for 5 days.
While Washington National Cathedral Prepare to ring 500 bells on Monday evening. To mourn the deaths of the COVID-19 as well
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