COVID-19 Statistics

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COVID-19 Statistics

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The Coronavirus has spread across the entire world within less than a year. It began in Wuhan, China and is now found in every city and country on the planet. Currently, there are about 100 million cases and 2 million deaths worldwide. In the U.S, there are 25 million cases and 420k deaths. In California, where I am located, there are 3.2 million cases and 37k deaths. Fortunately, out of the worldwide stats, there are 55 million recovered cases which is about 55% of current infections. Due to the innovative technology we have today, it is much easier to recover and stay safe from viruses and diseases. Los Angeles County has the most cases and deaths in the U.S with 1 million cases and 15k deaths. I am lucky enough to say that I do not personally know anyone who has died from COVID. Myself, my friends, and family members haven't tested positive, either. We've stayed safe and hopefully will continue to stay Coronavirus-free.

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This item was submitted on January 25, 2021 by Macey Peyton using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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