Johns Hopkins University: The cumulative number of deaths from the new crown in the United States exceeds 600,000

  Xinhua News Agency, New York, June 15-The latest statistics of the new crown epidemic released by Johns Hopkins University on the 15th show that as of 12:22 Eastern Time on the 15th (0:22 Beijing Time on the 16th), the United States The cumulative number of new crown deaths exceeds 600,000, reaching 600012, and the cumulative number of confirmed cases is 33477016.

  According to data, the state with the most cumulative new crown deaths in the United States is California, with 63,191; followed by New York with 53,558; Texas has more than 51,000 deaths and Florida with more than 37,000; Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The cumulative deaths in Georgia and Illinois exceeded 25,000; the cumulative deaths in Georgia, Michigan, and Ohio each exceeded 20,000.

  At present, the growth rate of new crown death cases in the United States has slowed down.

Data show that the cumulative number of deaths from the new crown in the United States exceeded 400,000 on January 19, 2021, and more than 500,000 on February 22.

It took only 34 days to increase from 400,000 cases to 500,000 cases, and it took nearly 4 months to increase from 500,000 cases to 600,000 cases.

  These data come from the real-time data from various regions of the United States compiled by the Johns Hopkins University New Coronavirus Research Project.