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COVID-19: United States death toll hits 900,000

The two-year COVID-19 death total was compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

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This number may have recently been propelled by the Omicron variant.

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Why is this happening?

Only 64% of the population is vaccinated. That is equal to about 212 million Americans. There is potential for COVID-19 deaths to reach 1 million by April. Read more about it here.

Although the number of cases id falling, people are still dying. There are more than 2,400 per day on average.


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Is this happening everywhere?

The United States has the highest reported COVID-19 death toll, compared to any other country.

Experts believe that some of the COVID-19 deaths have been misattributed to other conditions. It is also believed that some Americans died from other chronic illnesses but couldn’t ger proper treatment during the crisis.


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