U.S. Faces 'Really Bad' Week as COVID-19 Deaths Spike
The deaths will be unimaginable
The United States is entering what a senior official warned on Sunday would be the “hardest” week of the coronavirus crisis as the death toll mounted, but some saw glimmers of hope from a slight slowing of fatalities in hard-hit New York.
New York, the epicenter of the U.S. COVID-19 outbreak, reported on Sunday that for the first time in a week, deaths had fallen slightly from the day before. But there were still nearly 600 new fatalities and more than 7,300 new cases in the state.
Louisiana has become a hot spot for the virus, reporting a jump in deaths to nearly 500 and more than 13,000 cases. The governor predicted the state would run out of ventilators by Thursday. Places such as Pennsylvania, Colorado and Washington, D.C., are also starting to see rising deaths.
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