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1 in 500 Americans have died of COVID-19

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Johns Hopkins University and U.S. Census data.As of Sept. 15, at least 664,019 Americans had died from the novel coronavirus.

Census data, which is tied to where people were on April 1, 2020, shows the U.S. has a population of 331.4 million residents.With the population being tied to a static number and the death toll climbing, it's not a question of if that fraction will get bigger — it’s how quickly will it grow.COVID-19 deaths had slowed considerably after the country’s vaccine rollout.

But the unvaccinated population, along with the highly infectious delta variant, have driven cases higher — resulting in more hospitalizations and deaths.The dire situation in some hospitals is starting to sound like January's infection peak: Surgeries.

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