(Reuters)-a man in the United States death about every minute, from COVID-19, Wednesday, as the country’s death toll exceeded 150,000, the highest in the world
The United States record 1,461 new deaths last week of three, the highest one-day increase since 1,484 on 27 May, according to a Reuters tally.
The United States Cov deaths are rising at their fastest pace in two months, and increased by 10,000 in the past 11 days.
At the national level, COVID-19 number of deaths has risen three weeks in a row, and the new number of cases Week last week Recent since the fall of the first.
A surge of infections in Arizona, California, Florida and Texas this month has overwhelmed the hospital. Rise, forcing the States to make a U-turn in re-open economies are subject to embargo in March and April to slow the virus’s spread.
Texas leads the country by nearly 4 300 people dead so far this month, followed by Florida 2,900 and California the largest population in the country, 2 700. Texas figure includes the backlog of hundreds of people after death, the state changed the way it calculated COVID-19 deaths.
Meanwhile, the death toll is rising rapidly, and in July in the three States, New York and New Jersey still lead nation in the total loss of life and death per capita, according to a Reuters tally.
In the 20 countries with the largest outbreak, the United Nations ranked sixth, the death per capita, at 45 deaths per 100,000 people. This exceeds the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Peru and Chile.
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