The virus has reached every corner of the US, passing dense cities and rural areas through the same surges to the same area and then to another location.
In New York City, more than 28,000 people have died from the virus – or about one in 295. In Los Angeles County, Toll is one of 500 people. In Lamb County, Texas, where 13,000 people are scattered over a vast expanse of 1,000 square miles, the loss is one in 163 people.
The virus has torn through nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, spreading easily among vulnerable residents: they eat More than 163,000 deathsAbout one-third of the country’s total.
Virus deaths Racially influenced Americans along racial lines. The most, death rate According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, black Americans with Kovid-19 are nearly twice as likely as white Americans; Hispanics had a 2.3-fold higher mortality rate for white Americans. And for Native Americans, it was 2.4 times higher.
As of Monday, about 1,900 Kovid deaths were being reported, on average, most days – with a drop of more than 3,300 points in January. Gradually came as a relief, but scientists said the variants were difficult to project for the future of the epidemic, and historians cautioned the country to stay away from the scale of the damage.
“It would be a real drive to say, ‘Look how well we are doing'”, said Nancy Bristow, chair of the history department at Puget Sound University in Tacoma, Wash. And author of “American Epidemic:”. The lost world of the 1918 influenza pandemic but he now warned against the inclination to “rewrite this story in another tale of American conquest”.