More than 3,800 Americans died of COVID-19 on Thursday though the number of hospitalized patients and confirmed cases continued their downward trajectory as Johnson & Johnson vows to have enough vaccines to inoculate 100 million Americans by the spring. The latest data from The COVID Tracking Project shows that 184,864 Americans tested positive for the coronavirus on Thursday. As of early Friday morning, there were at least 119,927 patients hospitalized with COVID-19. Wednesday was America’s second deadliest day on record since the start of the pandemic – 4,229 fatalities. But the death count dropped slightly on Thursday to 3,889. Since the pandemic began, 410,102 people in the US have died from COVID-19. The latest COVID-19 figures show a slight drop in the number of new infections on Thursday, according to The COVID Tracking Project As of early Friday morning, there were at least 119,927 patients hospitalized with COVID-19. Wednesday was America’s second deadliest day on record since the start of the pandemic – 4,229 fatalities. But the death count dropped slightly on Thursday to 3,889 The data indicates that the case count as well as the number of hospitalized patients is on a downward trajectory Since the pandemic began, 410,102 people in… Read full this story
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