U.S. Reaches 500,000 Coronavirus Deaths In Less Than A Year, A Once-Unthinkable Milestone: Latest COVID-19 Updates
The US has crossed a dismal COVID threshold again, much faster than any other country in the world.
Less than a year after the coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic, The US recorded its 500,000th death on Monday, according to the Johns Hopkins University dashboard. That’s more than double the number of COVID-19 deaths registered in Brazil, which is second on the list.
President Joe Biden will hold a moment of silence and a candlelight service at the White House on Monday evening to mark the tremendous loss of life.
The endless hours of work amid death and suffering have severely hit health care workers, who are exhausted and frustrated by those who fail to follow public health guidelines to curb the transmission of the virus.
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