(Atlanta, GA) — The CDC says COVID-19 has killed more Americans this year than last year. Numbers from Johns Hopkins show more than 392-thousand-people have died of COVID so far this year, compared to more than 377-thousand in 2020, and there’s still a month to go. Altogether, more than 770-thousand Americans have reportedly died from the coronavirus with new infections rising in 38 states. Some of the biggest surges are being seen in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Colorado, Idaho and New Mexico.
COVID-19 Has Killed More Americans This Year Than In 2020
By Ashley Hanley|2021-11-23T05:27:26-06:00November 23rd, 2021|