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December is the “deadliest” month of the U.S. coronavirus epidemic

December is the "deadliest" month of the U.S. coronavirus epidemic

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December 28 According to Johns Hopkins University, since December, more than 63,000 coronavirus deaths have been recorded in the United States. U.S. media lamented that December was the “deadliest” month of the U.S. coronavirus epidemic.

According to the Capitol Hill, April was considered the “deadliest” month in the United States before the data came out in December, with more than 55,000 coronavirus deaths in the whole month.

However, the latest data shows that due to falling temperatures and people gathering over the holiday, the number of coronavirus deaths exceeded the previous peak in the previous single month in just three weeks in December.

According to Johns Hopkins University, so far, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States has exceeded 19 million, and the number of deaths has exceeded 330,000.

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