The University of Washington Institute of Measurement and Analysis Systems predicted more than 145,000 deaths from COVID-19 in the United States by August. About it on Tuesday, June 9th.
According to analytical data, by August 4, 145 728 people may die from coronavirus infection in America. This is 5 thousand more than in the forecast published by the institute a few days ago.
According to the agency, the data change may be due to the fact that on the eve of Johns Hopkins University recorded a slight increase in the number of infected in Texas and more than 20 states amid the lifting of restrictions introduced due to the pandemic.
At the same time, in May, American leader Donald Trump said that if the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic begins in the country, he will not introduce strict restrictive measures in the country.
By June 9, in the United States, 1.96 million cases of COVID-19 were recorded, more than 110 thousand people died.