Coronavirus: A Grim Picture Ahead #Infographic

Coronavirus: A Grim Picture Ahead #Infographic

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres describes the new coronavirus pandemic as a crisis that has never been seen in the past 75 years. His remarks come after the White House estimated from COVID-19 between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths in America, even after the introduction of strict social distancing procedures in place

Health experts still estimate the death toll to be even higher – if these steps were not taken. Indeed, it is estimated that America will see 1.5 to 2.5 million coronavirus-related deaths unless they have taken precautionary steps.

The coronavirus has now claimed the lives of more than 5,000 Americans and more than 216,000 diagnoses as of this writing.

The chart below compares death in past historical events to the predicted COVID-19 death toll. Unfortunately, the forecast U.S. death toll for COVID-19 is not far from World War II's 291,557 fatalities and is five times higher than American military deaths during the Vietnam War.

Along with other regions of the planet, the White House continues to encourage its people in the coming weeks to obey social distancing guidelines. With more than 110,000 cases each, Italy and Spain are the hardest-hit areas of coronavirus after the USA.

China, the coronavirus 'birth base, eventually managed to control the pandemic with extreme isolation and door-to-door check-ups.

Coronavirus: A Grim Picture Ahead #Infographic

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