All PostSeptember 22, 2020by adminAs the U.S. hits 200,000 COVID-19 deaths, Trump tells an Ohio rally the coronavirus affects virtually nobody – Yahoo! Voices

” COVID-19 deaths are increasing once again in the U.S. after a four-week decrease, with Texas and Florida leading the news fatalities, Reuters reports, and the University of Washingtons Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation now forecasts 300,000 deaths by Dec. 9 and 378,000 by the end of 2020 if current patterns continue.” According to CDC data, more than 70 percent of U.S. COVID-19 deaths are amongst people older than 65, which implies about 60,000 of the dead were 65 and more youthful. And a lot of the approximated millions of U.S. “long-haulers” who did not die from COVID-19 are still grappling with a broad range of health issues, some of the possibly serious.More stories from theweek.comStephen Colberts Late Show takes Lindsey Graham up on his deal, uses his words against himTropical Storm Beta makes landfall in TexasMcConnell all of a sudden declines Democrats financing costs, leaving U.S. on the edge of federal government shutdown