US NEWS: The CDC predicts the death of 400,000 U.S. Covid people before Trump’s departure

The predicted speed will mean an additional 65,000 deaths in the coming weeks. The numbers are a reminder of the growing speed that the virus claims to live in the US, underscoring the urgency of efforts to distribute the vaccine.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now predicts that the US will see 400,000 deaths from coronaviruses on January 20, when President Donald Trump will step down.

The country surpassed 100,000 deaths in May, and four months later 200,000 deaths. 300,000 more than three months, and 400,000 look set to take just one month, the CDC has decided to use a set of statistical models. The US has the highest mortality rate in the world, after Italy, Spain and the UK alone, for the population.

The predicted speed will mean an additional 65,000 deaths in the coming weeks. The numbers are a reminder of the growing speed that the virus claims to live in the US, underscoring the urgency of efforts to distribute the vaccine.

President-elect Joe Biden was expected on Tuesday to blame Trump’s administration for the slow release of vaccines, standing at more than two million levels, of the 20 million promised by the end of the year.

Weekly deaths are expected to rise until January 16, even though the number of national cases has been declining for two weeks between the two holiday holidays. Only Washington state reported an average of seven days in cases that were much higher than last week, according to data from the Covid Tracking Project.

Nationally, the US submitted 162,190 new cases to Covid-19 on Monday, the Covid Tracking Project show. At least 335,051 deaths were caused by the virus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

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