US Covid-19 death toll surpasses 600,000, Johns Hopkins University data shows
More than 600,000 people have died from Covid-19 in the US – more than any other country – the latest pandemic data compiled by Johns Hopkins University showed on Tuesday.
US President Joe Biden described the count as a “sad milestone” when he spoke at the NATO summit on Monday, while urging his fellow Americans to “get vaccinated as soon as possible.”
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The US Covid-19 death toll is roughly equal to the number of Americans who died from cancer last year, according to data from the American Cancer Society.
Some 173 million people in America – around half the country’s population – have received at least a single dose of a Covid-19 jab, some way off Biden’s target of vaccinating 70% of all adults by July 4.
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