American coronavirus deaths: US COVID-19 deaths above 280,000; Johns Hopkins University |

American coronavirus deaths: US COVID-19 deaths above 280,000; Johns Hopkins University |

New York: According to the Center for System Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University, US COVID-19 deaths exceed 280,000.
The death toll in the United States rose to 280,090 in the United States, with a 14.4 million increase in National Casselad on Saturday, reports Xinhua.
New York State reported 34,853 fatal assaults, topping the list of US state-level deaths. Texas recorded the highest number of 22,825 deaths. The CSSE tally showed that more than 17,000 people died in all states of California, Florida and New Jersey.
More than 10,000 fatal states include Illinois, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Michigan.
The United States has been most affected by the world’s largest caseload and epidemic with deaths, accounting for more than 18 percent of global deaths.
Cumulative COVID-19 deaths in the United States exceeded 270,000 on 1 December. The number of American daily deaths skyrocketed over 2,500 in the last four days. On Thursday, a total of 2,879 deaths occurred, the most single-day deaths since the epidemic began, CSSE data show.
According to a daily upgrade published by The COVID Tracking Project on Friday, American hospitals achieved a record high of 101,276.
In addition, the United States on Friday confirmed 227,885 new cases, the highest daily increase in new cases the country has seen since the onset of the epidemic.
An updated model forecast by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington estimated a total of 538,893 COVID-19 deaths in the United States as of April 1, 2021, based on the current projection scenario.

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