Daily mortality from coronavirus in the United States again exceeded a thousand people

Again, in the United States, the number of deaths from coronavirus per day exceeded 1,000 people – for the first time since early June. The total number of deaths from COVID-19 patients in America has reached 142 thousand.

According to numerous analyzes of the data, the average number of deaths in the country rose steadily over the weeks and surpassed the 1,000 mark on Tuesday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that 150,000 Americans will die by early August.

The peak number of people hospitalized in one go was 59,000 on Tuesday, according to the Coronavirus Tracking Project. The last time the same rates were recorded was in April, when the virus spread rapidly in the northeastern United States.

However, New York’s 32,520 deaths are by far the highest overall in the country and four times that of California, America’s new epicenter of the pandemic.