CDC forecasts that coronavirus deaths could reach 321,000 by mid-December

The National Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) predicts that the number of virus deaths in the United States could reach as high as 321,000 by December, due to a nationwide surge in coronavirus cases and concerns among executives over Thanksgiving celebrations after Thanksgiving.

According to the agency’s “COVID-19 Forecasts: Deaths,” released earlier this week, the models predict that the number of deaths from the newly reported coronavirus is likely to increase over the next four weeks, and the number of new deaths is likely to be between 10,600 and 21,400 by 2020. to be reported in the week ending December 19.


As such, the model predicts that between 294,000 and 321,000 coronavirus deaths have been reported by then. Johns Hopkins University coronavirus map reported 263,484 coronavirus deaths in the United States by Friday

The country leads the world in the number of COVID-19-related deaths, nearly 100,000 more than Brazil, the second-highest death toll: 171,460. They were implemented in regions of states and when officials turned to Americans to rethink their holiday travel plans.

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The CDC has called on Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving and hold holidays within a household or for 10 years. New Mexico, Arizona, Virginia, California, Pennsylvania and Nevada are among the most experienced states in the past two weeks, according to Johns Hopkins University. Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Nebraska, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Washington are all experiencing spikes.


Hope depends on promising news for the three coronavirus vaccines under development. Although it is not clear what role vaccines may play in transmission, there is hope that they will prevent the development of serious diseases in new patients.

During a special Thanksgiving celebration message to troops serving overseas on Thursday, President Trump said delivery of the coronavirus vaccine would begin as early as next week. He noted that front-line workers, medical staff and the elderly are among the first to receive the vaccine.