Over 25,000 Americans died from COVID-19 in July

Over 25,000 Americans died from COVID-19 in July

COVID-19 deaths in the US rose by more than 25,000 in July and cases doubled in 19 states during the month. Overall, the US recorded 1.87M new cases in July, bringing total infections to 4.5M, an increase of 69%. Deaths in July rose 20% to nearly 154,000 total. The biggest increases in July were in Florida, followed by California and Texas.

Chris
Chris
IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 weeks

I've been looking at the data and found a surge in COVID correlates well with the locations of BLM protests. It's not easy to find because the governments are fuzzying up the data. They show stats like "infections per 100,000" and declare a rural county with 2 cases a "hot spot" because it has a low population, then show a city with thousands of infections as "moderate" because it has a huge population. It's like they want to confuse and create hysteria.

Jon
Jon 1 weeks

The projections are showing 30,000 more deaths in the next 3 weeks. Just a stunning effort by the WH, đź‘Źđź‘Źđź‘Ť

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