According to a new study by roommates and medical experts, Covid-1 has now claimed the lives of many Americans, including 1 Americans1 and the Spanish flu in 1919, now numbering 755,000.
The Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic is sadly proving every day that it is not disappearing as fast as we would like – but based on new medical findings from health experts, the cause of death is worse than initially realized.
An estimated 675,000 people have now died from Covid-1 to, the same number as those who died from the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918 and 1919. Although the U.S. population was only one-third of what it is today, with the Spanish flu claiming more lives, the proximity of this number to Covid-19 proves just how deadly it is in a short period of time.
Even more tragic is the fact that the number of deaths from Covid-1 is so high, especially in light of current medical advances that many Americans still do not take advantage of the multiple vaccines available voluntarily.
Speaking about the frustrating response of Americans to the vaccine to prevent the spread of Covid-1 of, Dr. “The big pockets of American society এবং and, worse, their leaders, have thrown it away,” said Howard Merkel.
There is also a disturbing reality that, like the Spanish flu, Covid-1 many never disappears completely. However, medical experts hope that it will eventually become a regular seasonal disease because immunity is strengthened due to vaccinations and repeated infections.
It is also important to note that the Spanish flu US mortality rate is roughly estimated because of the incomplete record of the period and the scientific weakness of the disease. Nevertheless, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still managed to bring the number to 675,000.
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