The United States has recorded 1,536 additional deaths associated with the new coronavirus in the past 24 hours, according to the Johns Hopkins University census as of 20:30 yesterday Tuesday (local time · 03:30 today Wednesday Greek time).
The death toll from COVID-19 casualties in the country has risen to 91,845 in the United States, far from the country where most victims mourn in absolute numbers, with more than 1.5 million cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
The numbers of victims announced yesterday, Tuesday and the day before yesterday, Monday were lower (820 and 759 respectively). In general, however, the data it collects and transfers to the special site created by Johns Hopkins University – coming from local health authorities – seems to be shrinking over the weekend.
On average, nine epidemiological models from researchers at the University of Massachusetts put the death toll from COVID-19 in the United States at about 113,000 on June 13. The new statistical report, released yesterday, as many US states easing restrictions and announcing the restart of their economies, suggests that another 22,000 Americans will be lost within 25 days.
SOURCE: RES – EIA