U.S. Coronavirus Cases Nearly Quadrupled During Summer Season
COVID-19 didn't pass despite higher temperatures
Summer has run its course, and with it, the toll of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States has only grown worse. From Memorial Day weekend through the unofficial end of the season Monday, the number of Americans who died of COVID-19 shot up from just under 100,000 to more than 186,000, according to data tracked by The Washington Post, as infections nearly quadrupled to upward of 6.2 million.
<p">Today, President Donald Trump continued to assert that his administration could produce a vaccine by November, although such a statement contradicts the timeline laid out by his administration's health officials.
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