February 1st local time, CNN reported that according to Johns Hopkins University, 22% of the more than 440,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States now occur in January.
December 2020 was the second-most-most-toll month, with more than 77,000 deaths, followed by nearly 61,000 deaths last April.
Analysis shows that more than half of COVID-19 deaths occurred in the three months mentioned above, namely January 2021, December 2020 and April 2020.
The number of new cases on average daily in the United States has been almost declining since the death toll peaked on January 8, 2021, but the death toll remains high.
Over the past January, the U.S. has averaged more than 3,000 deaths per day.