US crisis COVID Kills 3,000 One Day | RYT9

informationfromuniversityJohn Hopkins Revealed that United StatesThere were 3,054 deaths from COVID-19 in 24 hours, the first time the daily death count exceeded 3,000.

The figure broke the previous record of 2,769 in early May. As a result, the United States set a record number of deaths from COVID-19. One day, the highest in the world

The United States is the deadliest country to die from COVID-19. More than 289,000 cases in the world and more than 15.3 million infected cases have accumulated since the epidemic began in the country.

The US is facing a new epidemic. In the past two weeks The US sees more than 2,000 deaths from COVID-19 a day several times. Which is more than when the first epidemic

The US health agency warned that The death toll is set to skyrocket after millions of Americans traveled across the country during the November Thanksgiving holiday, ignoring government requests to stay home to slow the spread of the virus.

California With a population of about 33 million people have to resume the lockdown measure again this week. While the number of infected people in the state continues to increase The latest increase of more than 30,000 on Wednesday. Which is the largest of all US states

Joe Biden that the President of the United States. Warned Americans through video messages that “things could get worse before they get better,” he said. Despite having a vaccine But it still takes time to distribute the vaccine across the country.

The US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Vaccine Committee meets today. To discuss whether Pfizer and Biotech vaccines will be approved for emergency use. The vaccine is already approved by regulators in the UK and Canada.


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