USA half million excess deaths likely caused by SARS2



As the United States seems to be embroiled in a civil war, the COVID-19 pandemic, arguably weaponized by Donald Trump against his political opponent’s voters, has run out of control.

New daily cases have topped 200,000 and hospitalization in intensive care units exceeds 23000 over the past two weeks according to US official statistics. Hospitalizations today were at 748,277 at 24:00 GMT.


by Sharon Santiago


The worst has yet to come, say statisticians as America has yet to feel the impact of Christmas get-togethers and millions of Americans traveling despite warnings to stay home.

Several elected US officials have tested positive for COVID-19 after being crammed into a bunker-like environment in the US Capitol Building while it faced a Trump-led insurrection. The event has been deemed a super spreader after five hours when hundreds were crammed into a confined space under a security lock-down, where Republicans with contempt for all others, refused to wear a mask.

Some persons impacted by the superspreader lockdown on 6 January are deathly ill, according to family members who wish to keep their matter anonymous at this time pending outcome of current treatments.

 

USA Hits 500,000 Excess Deaths likely due to COVID-19 USA Hits 500,000 Excess Deaths likely due to COVID-19. Photo Credit: CDC.
Source: Civil Society Partners for Solidarity Against COVID-19

USA hits 500,000 deaths. This is the day the United States hit half a million estimated excess deaths caused by COVID-19.
Source: Civil Society Partners for Solidarity Against COVID-19

15 Jul 2024

USA has more than one third of the world's total number of Active COVID-19 Cases USA has more than one third of the world’s total number of Active COVID-19 Cases Source: Civil Society Partners for Solidarity Against COVID-19

USA projection made last summer USA projection made last summer forecasts one million excess deaths by April 2021. Currently the USA is exceeding the anticipated numbers and the trendline is higher than forecast of the worst-case-scenario.  Source: Civil Society Partners for Solidarity Against COVID-19