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On average, someone in the United States has died of COVID-19 in 33 seconds in the past week.

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January 4th local time, according to the analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University, in the past week (December 28 to January 3), the United States has averaged one COVID-19-related death in 33 seconds.

A total of 18,462 deaths from COVID-19 were reported from December 28 to January 3, with an average of over 2,600 deaths per day.

December was the deadliest coronavirus pandemic month in the United States: 77,572 deaths from COVID-19, with an average of more than 2,500 a day.

In comparison, the number of deaths in November was 36,964, in April it was 60,738, and in May it was 41,703.

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