One in 500 people in the US died from COVID-19


According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the total number of people who lost their lives due to COVID-19 in the USA on Tuesday night reached 663 thousand 913. The US Census Bureau announced in April 2020 that the US population was 331.4 million.

Announcing that more than 152 thousand people were diagnosed with COVID-19 in the country last week on average, Johns Hopkins University emphasized that this figure reached 13 times the number of 11 thousand 303 people on June 22, when the epidemic was at its lowest.

There were an average of 1,805 deaths per day in the US last week due to COVID-19.

While 54 percent of the population completed two doses of vaccine in the country, the number of those vaccinated for the first time last week decreased by 4 percent compared to the previous week and by 28 percent compared to the previous month.

Health experts underline that the best protection against the virus is vaccination, and most of those who die due to COVID-19 do not get vaccinated.

The Pennsylvania State Department of Health announced that 97 percent of deaths between January 1 and September 7 in the state were people who did not receive the vaccine.


Source: Dünya Gazetesi by www.dunya.com.

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