Thursday, April 30, 2020

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Monday, April 27, 2020

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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

See How the Coronavirus Death Toll Grew Across the U.S.

See How the Coronavirus Death Toll Grew Across the U.S.

The United States on Monday crossed the threshold of 10,000 deaths from the coronavirus. The first 5,000 deaths came in just over a month's time, and in fewer than five days, the second 5,000 followed. This map shows how quickly the death toll has risen in metro areas across the country.

The densely populated New York metro area has been hit the hardest so far, in terms of a total count. And the area accounts for more than 40 percent of total U.S. deaths from the virus, which had infected more than 365,000 U.S. residents, as of Monday night.

Share of U.S. coronavirus deaths

New York metro area 44% (4,786 deaths)
Rest of country 56% (6,152 deaths)

But as high as the death toll is in New York and elsewhere, it is still probably an undercount of the true total, according to experts, because of inconsistent protocols, limited resources and a patchwork of decision making across states and counties.

The virus has infected and killed people in nearly every corner of the United States, sweeping through Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans, a pancake breakfast in Detroit, a meatpacking plant in Greeley, Colo., and a funeral in Albany, Ga., just to name a few.

Two-thirds of the country's metro areas — home to more than 85 percent of U.S. residents — have had at least one person die of the coronavirus. And despite the sheer numbers of people dying in New York, the coronavirus is killing residents of New Orleans and rural Albany, Ga. — places with lower populations — at a higher rate per capita.

Coronavirus deaths per 100,000 people

In metro areas with at least 10 deaths total. Only areas with a population of at least 100,000 are included.

Although many European countries have more coronavirus deaths per capita, the United States has the third-highest death toll in the world.

The number of deaths announced each day has multiplied since Feb. 29, when the first person in the United States succumbed to the virus. Since mid-March, the total has been doubling or more than doubling every three to four days.

This growth is likely to continue. Government scientists have estimated that under a best-case scenario, the coronavirus could kill 100,000 to 240,000 U.S. residents, even with stringent control measures.



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