One-day COVID-19 deaths exceed D-Day and 9-11 in the US.

In the United States, more than 3,000 deaths are registered in a single day, more than on D-Day or September 11, 2001 The nationwide cris...

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  • In the United States, more than 3,000 deaths are registered in a single day, more than on D-Day or September 11, 2001
  • The nationwide crisis is overwhelming medical facilities and leaving health personnel and officials exhausted
  • In total, there are more than 290 thousand deaths and more than 15 million confirmed cases

Coronavirus deaths per day. In the United States, the number of deaths from coronavirus has increased considerably, which have even exceeded the number of those who died on D-Day and even those of the September 11 attack, according to The Associated Press.

There have been more than 3,000 deaths per day, and this occurs when the country is about to receive the coronavirus vaccine that the numbers increase dramatically.

This pandemic has caused that in the clinical centers where the infected people go, the medical personnel end up totally tired and some have caused them to cry.

Coronavirus deaths by day 1

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More than 290,000 deaths and more than 15 million confirmed cases

According to Johns Hopkins University, this Wednesday the US registered the highest figure that has been given in a single day. In total, there are 3 thousand 134 deaths per day, exceeding the highest number in April of 2 thousand 603 deaths.

This death toll has surpassed the death toll for Americans on D-Day, the first day of the Normandy invasion during World War II, which was approximately 2,500 deaths. It also exceeded the death toll in the September 11, 2001 attack, with 2,977 deaths recorded.

According to Johns Hopkins University, new cases emerged that reached more than 209,000 daily, a record number. Even the number of people hospitalized for coronavirus breaks new records every day.

A US government advisory panel met Thursday to decide whether to support the mass use of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine.

The coronavirus vaccine could begin in a matter of days, only if the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves the panel’s recommendation.

Coronavirus Deaths by Day: Floors Full of Patients

Respiratory therapist Joe Kowalczyk mentioned that he has seen entire floors filled with coronavirus patients, some of them with up to two per room.

Coronavirus deaths by day 2

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Even the supply of artificial respirators has been reduced, added the therapist, and the inventory is so scarce that his colleagues on duty found it necessary to provide assisted breathing to a patient using a BiPAP machine, which are similar to those used to treat sleep apnea.

He says that when he goes home to rest in the morning after his exhausting night shift, he sometimes suffers from nightmares.

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The health director, Dr. Jennifer Avegno of New Orleans, described in her recent visit to a hospital where she was able to observe doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and other personnel exposing themselves trying to save the lives of coronavirus patients. Some burst into tears after being unsuccessful, the doctor said.

Coronavirus deaths by day 3

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“These are experienced emergency and critical care personnel,” he said. “We don’t cry very often, and especially not several of us at the same time.”

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In Virginia, Gov. Ralph Northam, a physician by training, announced a midnight curfew and extended the requirement to wear masks or other protective face gear outdoors, not just indoors.

Ellen DeGeneres, meanwhile, became one of the most recent celebrities to test positive for the coronavirus, although she indicated that “now she feels good.”

Production staff for his show were sent home until January, and earlier episodes will air in the meantime.

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