US COVID-19 infections at 207,535, deaths pass 4,000

US COVID-19 infections at 207,535, deaths pass 4,000

The total US death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic has topped 4,000 Wednesday, while the total number of cases has crossed 200,000. The number of cases in the epicenter of the US, New York, has now gone past China at 83,712. On Tuesday, President Trump warned of ’a very, very painful two weeks’ to come for the country. Experts have said between 100K to 200K people could ultimately die in the US.

Chris
Chris
Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 1 months

I wonder what the real numbers in China are? If we're at 200,000 with a population of 320 million The real numbers in China have to be over 500,000. These are speculations but I have heard of the death total in China is probably around fifty thousand and incinerators are at capacity and they need to bring in Mobile incinerators which I've seen pictures of. If you need To bring in a mobile incinerators there is no way your death total is around 3,200. China has been lying to us since the beginning And because of that the rest of the world does not have accurate projection data. Communism is a disease that needs to die, China wasn't communist And they were transparent from the beginning, we could have probably prevented this from becoming a world pandemic.

Staghorn
Staghorn 1 months

Thank you, Trump

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