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More than 4000 U.S. veterans die from Coronavirus, the death rate is twice that of the average American

More than 4000 U.S. veterans die from Coronavirus, the death rate is twice that of the average American

November 3rd. The US Department of Veterans Affairs (Department of Veterans Affairs) released a report stating that more than 4,000 veterans in the United States have died of Coronavirus.

According to the US “Stars and Stripes” report, as of the morning of the 2nd local time, the US Department of Veterans Affairs stated in a report that 4,017 veterans have died of Coronavirus, and 1,000 of them died in the past two months.

According to the report, data from the Department of Veterans Affairs indicates that there is a third surge in cases nationwide in the United States. Currently, more than 6,400 veterans are receiving treatment after infection, which is more than the peak of confirmed cases experienced by the Department of Veterans Affairs in the summer. 

In the entire veteran system, the number of patients suffering from veterans in the Midwest is also increasing sharply. Minneapolis Veterans Hospital has the most cases with 187 infections. 

As of the 2nd, veteran hospitals in Nebraska, Illinois, North Dakota, Missouri, Minnesota, Tennessee, Colorado and South Dakota have reported more than 100 confirmed cases.

According to data released by the U.S. Veterans Administration, the death rate of veterans is approximately twice that of the average American. More than 76,000 veterans in the United States have tested positive for the new Coronavirus, 6,400 are receiving treatment

4,017 people have died, and the death rate of veterans exceeds 5%. Nearly 9.3 million Americans in the United States were infected with the new coronavirus, of which 231,000 died

and the death rate was about 2.5%. In addition, since the outbreak of the pandemic, 62 veteran management employees have died of Coronavirus. 

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