Record 3,000 US Coronavirus pandemic deaths in 24 hours.
Over 3,000 people died in 24 hours, in America, for the first time since the start of the COVID 19 pandemic. It has been reported that at least 3034 people died in America yesterday, but this is not yet the final data.
The previous record for COVID 19 deaths in 24 hours, in America, was set last week, when 2,760 deaths were recorded in a day. It is noted that such high numbers of deaths in the country were last seen in April.
Death Count Exceeds Second World War
In the United States, the number of victims of US Coronavirus pandemic deaths, exceeds the death toll during the Second World War.
The US Coronavirus pandemic deaths was 292,098, while the Department of Veterans Affairs reported that 291,557 American soldiers were killed during the war. Another 113,842 people died outside the battle.
Earlier it became known that the committee of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), recommended that the regulator approve the use of BioNTech and Pfizer vaccines in the United States.
Another 215,586 new cases of COVID 19 were detected in America, earlier on. For the entire time of the pandemic, 1,587,564 deaths were recorded in the world. 49,131,827 patients recovered.
15.3 million cases of COVID 19 have been recorded in America thus far. In total, as a result of the US Coronavirus pandemic deaths, more than 288 thousand people have died.
Earlier, on December 8, the World Health Organization recorded 494 thousand new cases of Coronavirus per day in the world.
Newly elected US President Joe Biden presented a plan for the first 100 days, after coming to power. In this period, Biden has plans to improve the Coronavirus pandemic situation in America.
Meanwhile, globally, the number of detected cases of COVID-19 in the world exceeded 70 million. As of December 11, 70, 698,413 infected patients have been identified in the world. The largest number of cases was detected in the USA (16,039,393), India (9,796,992), Brazil (6,783,543), Russia (2,569,126) and France (2,337,966).