U.S. COVID-19 cases exceed 9 million. death rate may triple in January next year
According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University
as of 15:30 on October 30, the total number of confirmed cases
of Coronavirus in the United States has exceeded 9 million, or 9007298, and the cumulative death toll is 229,141.
n recent times, the Coronavirus pandemic has once again counterattacked, and the number of new confirmed cases in the
United States has increased rapidly every day, causing the cumulative
number of Coronavirus in the United States to quickly exceed 9 million.
For several consecutive weeks, the number of new confirmed cases per day has increased by 82.68% compared with the
previous month. Only in that week, the number of new cases reached a record-breaking 536,131 cases.
According to the Institute of Health Indicators and Evaluation of the University of Washington School of Medicine, by mid-January,
the United States is likely to have more than 2,000 Coronavirus
deaths every day, and the death rate is three times the current rate.
The report pointed out that if the states do not re-implement
the pandemic prevention regulations to deal with the rise in the
pandemic, the cumulative death toll may exceed 500,000 in January.