The United States is approaching the shocking statistics of 500,000 deaths. One year after the confirmation of the first death in the United States, the state lost half a million people in the fight against COVID-19, writes the New York Times.
There is no other country in the world registered so many deaths during the pandemic. More Americans died from COVID-19 than all American soldiers killed on the battlefield during World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War.
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There are 28 million cases of coronavirus infection in the United States
Statistics showthat more than 53,000 Americans died on the battlefield during World War I, more than 291,000 during World War II, and more than 33,000 during the Vietnam War.
The coronavirus reached every corner of the United States, ravaging entire cities and counties. 1 in 670 Americans dies from coronavirus.
In New York City, more than 28,000 people died, or 1 in 295 people. In Los Angeles, 20,000 people died, and in Texas – 13,000 people, in some places 1 in 163 people.
The United States has more coronavirus victims than those killed during World War II
405,400 people died from the virus, compared to 405,399 Americans killed
On March 31, 2020, top experts in the United States predicted that the coronavirus would take over the lives of more than 240,000 Americans under strict orders for people to stay at home.
Nearly a year later the virus killed twice as many people.
Coronavirus is especially deadly to Americans age over 65. 81% of the dead are over 65
Today, US President Joe Biden will attend an event to honor the victims of the coronavirus.
Johns Hopkins University data show that coronavirus victims in the United States are 498,897, expected to exceed 500,000 this week.
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