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US COVID-19 death toll nears 200K mark l GMA

 

Now to the latest on the corona virus emergency you are looking at the faces of the nearly 200 000 american lives lost to the virus the Washington national cathedral marking the solemn occasion by tolling its bell 200 times once for every one thousand lives this morning the U.S nearing that grim milestone nearly 200 thousand deaths from coven 19 all lost in the last seven months the virus targeting victims of all ages genders and races.

Newtop20 learning more information about some of those lost lives more men succumbing than women the majority of deaths over 65 years old and roughly 40 percent of all fatalities linked to long-term care facilities some health care workers even paying the ultimate price while trying to save others the guardian in Kaiser health reporting that nearly 1200 front line workers between the ages of 20 and 80 have lost their lives to the virus or complications from it.

Dr Rebecca shadow in an infectious disease specialist in Kentucky one of them the 62 year old just lost her battle with Covid after a four-month struggle even to the day she died she always she championed the message of wearing your mask in public in Houston Dr Adeline Fagan started experiencing flu-like symptoms in July we thought she'd becoming home to U.S  but the ob-gen resident physician who also treated Covid patients in the E.R died after a two-month fight she was just 28 years old according to the covet tracking project nearly 29 thousand people are currently hospitalized the lowest number since June but three states.

Montana Hawaii and west Virginia are setting new records for deaths doctors now bracing for a possible surge this winter as a physician I’m still stressed out because a lot of things are unknown about this disease process health professionals urging people to maintain social distancing as schools try to balance learning and student safety and in Massachusetts a teen and his parents expected to be charged after the teen hosted a party with more than 45 people a couple of my peers made some poor decisions and we're paying the consequences now that high school now forced to switch all students to remote learning and the world health organization saying that gen z and millennial are driving the spread of this virus but it's not because of parties and going to bars but rather their jobs those young people in service jobs are at greater risk of being exposed to this virus George Eva pilgrim thanks very.

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