US coronavirus death toll triples in first week of April

US coronavirus death toll triples in first week of April

More than 12,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus, which is more than three times from the 3,500 tally recorded on March 31, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The peak of the pandemic in the country is likely still 10 days away — when 3,130 Americans are predicted to die in a single day, according to data from the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics.

Chris
Chris
Beisht Kione
Beisht Kione 2 months

Look at that. Projections for kung flu are now down to 60,000, originally 2 million. It is now at the level of a normal flu year. That number too, will likely be too high as well.

Katse Kubeb
Katse Kubeb 2 months

maybe its more than triple .... my math could be wrong....

Fin
Fin 2 months

They are learning how to administer med regiment which reduce rage response earlier... N realizing u can not do the usual to give fab meds in ers as became standard er practices... Fabs sped up n contribute to. Cytokine response storm n once that begins this virus takes over destroying surfactant properties in lungs... Fast decline into arsd.. Pulmonary edema from brutal viral pnuemonia.. N then multiple system organ failure.. A full blown dic case that rarely survives... For those that continue to call it stupid names... For clear racist reasons.. U are far worse then the disease itself.. There are no meds. To cure ur warped minds n pus rotten hearts

ken taro
ken taro 2 months

10/10!

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