10,000 dead in U.S. to COVID-19


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Over 10,000 people have died in the United States due to the outbreak of COVID-19, as of Monday.

The cringing milestone was reached earlier this morning as there are now, according to John Hopkins University, 10,335 dead in the United States. Over 347,000 have tested positive in the U.S.

That number passes totals of the combined efforts of deaths across six different wars, according to the VA, including the American Revolution, the War of 1812, Mexican War, Indiana Wars, Spanish-American War and Desert Shield/Desert Storm.

A total of 9,961 soldiers lives were lost in those battles combined.

There is still as of April 6th no mandatory lock-down in place for the United States with only a select number of states taking action to combat the Virus. Meanwhile, President Trump, a self-proclaimed ‘wartime president’ stalls on issuing serious battle plans to the American people.

On Saturday alone, 1,085 people died in the United States due to COVID-19, including 562 in just New York alone.


  1. I am so tired of people complaining about our president. Just shut up and stay home. If you don’t like it, leave. You are not going to stop this thing. It will run it’s course. Put your faith in God and not the world.


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