United States Surpasses 700,000 Covid-19 Deaths


According to the figures from Johns Hopkins University, the deaths caused from the novel corona virus in the United States have crossed 700,000, which has been a toll, that has been roughly equivalent to the population of the country’s capital Washington.

The figures come with an average of more than 1,000 people dying each day in the country, where 55.7 percent of the population has been fully vaccinated, as per the reports submitted by the US CDC, and the United States has also organized an effective roll out of the novel corona virus vaccine for the purpose of seeing a significant of the people in the country that are still refusing to get the novel corona virus vaccine shots.

The government of the United States has found itself for having a notched that, most of the deaths caused by covid-19 in the world has been far exceeding the other countries like India and Brazil, and the United States has also been facing a resurgence in the cases because of the prominence of the highly contagious Delta variant of the novel corona virus.

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As the latest spread of the novel corona virus across the globe has been peaked in the month of August 2021, the novel corona virus has been continuing to spread rapidly, specifically in the United States, and the covid-19 vaccination campaign, that has been launched by the authorities of the United States has been slowing down considerably, and the novel corona virus misinformation has also been rampant in the country.