According to Johns Hopkins University, 675,885 people died in the country due to COVID-19.
The number of victims of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States has reached 675,885, which exceeds the number of deaths from the epidemic of the so-called Spanish flu in 1918-1919. This follows from the data of Johns Hopkins University.
According to the U.S. Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of victims of the Spanish flu was 675 thousand. This number is approximate, but it reflects the scale of the tragedy. Previously, the Spanish flu pandemic was the deadliest in the history of the United States.
The number of coronavirus victims in the United States, meanwhile, continues to grow amid the spread of the delta strain, especially in the southeastern states, where there are few vaccinated people. As follows from the data of the CDC, the average daily mortality from infection over the past week is more than 2 thousand people.