US COVID-19 Death Toll: The White House said on Thursday that the number of people who lost their lives to Kovid in the United States has crossed one million. President Joe Biden said in a statement, “Today, we achieved a tragic milestone, the loss of one million American lives to Covid.” The President expressed his condolences to those who lost loved ones during the pandemic. He asked the residents "be vigilant against this pandemic" Called.
This is the highest official figure for deaths from Covid in the world – although the World Health Organization believes the actual death toll may be higher elsewhere.
over 80 million covid cases reported
US has recorded more than 80 million covid cases out of 330 million population. The first confirmed case was reported on 20 January 2020, when a person flew from Wuhan, China to Seattle. The 35-year-old survived after 10 days of pneumonia, cough, fever, nausea and vomiting, but deaths started coming in a few weeks later. In two years, the death toll has dropped, reaching an all-time high of more than 4,000 a day in early 2021.
Public health experts attribute a number of reasons for the high US mortality rate – including high rates of obesity and hypertension, increased pressure on hospitals, hesitation about vaccines and a large elderly population. Each US state may have a slightly different way of defining Covid deaths, and such deaths are often not caused by the virus alone.
‘We have to be vigilant’
President Biden, marking one million deaths, said in his statement, “As a nation, we do not suffer from such misery To be healthy, we must remember. We have to be vigilant against this pandemic and make every effort to save as many lives as possible."