Tagged With COVID-19 Death Rate

The US's third coronavirus surge may become the deadliest yet, experts say


Black and brown people make up two-thirds of US coronavirus deaths below age 65, a new study found


COVID-19 deaths in America are flat even though cases are soaring. Here's what that could mean.



The US's second peak seems to be less deadly than the first — but 80,000 more people are still projected to die from now to November


Fauci says the spread of the coronavirus is his 'worst nightmare' come true and 'isn't over yet'


The coronavirus has killed more than 100,000 Americans in just over 4 months



2 doctors explain why COVID-19 is not 'just another flu' — and why comparing the death tolls leads to inaccurate conclusions


Trump revised the United States' coronavirus death toll estimates again, claiming as many as 100,000 Americans could die


Nearly a third of Americans believe in coronavirus conspiracy theories. Science explains why people tend to believe them more in times of crisis.


Should you turn off your air-conditioning if someone in your home has the coronavirus? Here's what you need to know.


Coronavirus could kill more than 300,000 people if US restrictions are lifted prematurely, federal documents show. Experts say even that's optimistic.


Why NYC's largest emergency hospital is pretty much empty



The US is the hardest-hit country in the coronavirus pandemic — but its 4% death rate is far lower than that of many other countries


Sobering photos reveal how countries are dealing with the dead left by the coronavirus pandemic


The US's coronavirus death rate is currently 1.6% — one of the lowest of any hard-hit country. Here's how it compares to places like China and Italy.


A new report warns that the coronavirus pandemic will overwhelm US hospitals and kill 81,000 people by July



One chart shows 10 countries' current coronavirus death rates, based on known cases and deaths. Italy's is highest: nearly 10%.


One chart shows different countries' current coronavirus death rates, based on the known number of cases and deaths