150,000 more people could lose their lives from COVID-19 in the next three months according to the new data

Around 200K Americans have lost their lives to coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic, and the nation is presently changing into a new season with troubling patterns. The overwhelming loss of life comes in front of what specialists alert could be a muddled flu season. According to the new data from University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, in the following three months, another 150,000 individuals could lose their lives from coronavirus.

At any rate 22 states presently report an ascent in new cases. That number is an astounding contrast since last Monday, when just nine states announced an uptick in cases. Starting at early Wednesday morning, seven states announced a decay of new cases. Even after each one of those passings and 6.9 million affirmed cases, over 90% of Americans stay helpless to the infection.