The United States meets another severe milestone this year, the number of deaths from the new crown has exceeded 2020Fly into the homes of ordinary people
Chinanews.com, November 21. According to a report by the American Chinese website, the United States has passed another alarming milestone in the new crown pandemic. Data show that the number of deaths from the new crown virus in 2021 has exceeded the total number of deaths in 2020.
On September 15, 2021, local time, in Washington DC, USA, small white flags are being erected on the Washington National Mall. Each flag represents a person who died unfortunately due to the new crown epidemic.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, during the entire process of the new crown pandemic, at least 7,0691 people in the United States have died from the new crown virus.
According to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the total number of deaths due to the new crown in 2020 is 385,343.
On October 4, 2020, local time, in Washington, the capital of the United States, 20,000 chairs were placed on the lawn on the south side of the White House to mourn the death of more than 200,000 new crowns in the United States.
This means that so far, at least 385,348 people have died from the new crown in 2021, which has exceeded the total number of deaths in 2020, and this number will only continue to rise in the next few days or weeks.
In June of this year, an analysis by the Wall Street Journal found that the global death toll from the new crown in 2021 has exceeded the figure in 2020, and the global death toll in 2020 is 1.88 million.
Although the United States has approved three vaccines and started to vaccinate children, this serious milestone has arrived.
According to CDC data, approximately 69% of Americans are vaccinated at least partially, while 59% are fully vaccinated.
In this group, people 65 years and older have the highest vaccination rates. At this age, almost 100% of people are at least partially vaccinated, while 86% are fully vaccinated.
Although the United States began to see a decline in new cases in September, these numbers have since risen steadily. Last week, the number of new cases in 29 states was higher than the previous week.