US COVID-19, Third Cause of Usa Mortality in 2020
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Health Coronavirus-USA-Mortality: COVID-19, Third Cause Mortality in the US 2020
(Reuters) - COVID-19 was the third cause of death last year in the United States, behind cardiovascular disease and cancer, shows a study published Wednesday by the US centers of Prevention and control of diseases (CDC).
The disease due to the new Coronavirus SARS-COV-2 was the primary or contributory cause of 377,883 deaths in the country in 2020, with a particularly high mortality rate in the elderly, according to this document.
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The overall rate of mortality In the United States has increased for the first time since 2017, almost 16%, for a total of 3,358,814 dead, note the CDCs. He alone, COVID caused an increase of 11.3%.
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