U.S. nears 150,000 dead from Corona Virus infection July 30 at 4:42 a.m.
In the United States, 150,000 people have died of the new coronavirus infection. Many states have begun to increase the pace of daily death, and experts involved in infection control in the Trump administration have once again called on states to resume economic activities by following the guidelines set by the response team.
In the United States, more than 149,800 people died of the new coronavirus infection. The death toll in the United States exceeded 100,000 on the second day of last month, and in the two months since then, the number is approaching 150,000.
According to the New York Times, a leading American newspaper, the pace of death has begun to rise in nearly half of the United States, including western Arizona and southern Texas, in the past few days, with around 1,000 deaths per day.
Dr Anthony Fauch, who is involved in infection control in the Trump administration, said in an interview with ABC television today that “not only is the number of people infected in southern states is increasing rapidly, but it is also on the rise in other states,” and called on states to re-establish economic activity by following the guidelines set by the response team.