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90,000 US COVID-19 deaths since June were preventable, Kaiser Family Foundation says

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SAN FRANCISCO - As the nation braces for yet another potential surge in COVID-19 infections and cold weather approaches, new data suggests an estimated 90,000 COVID-19 deaths in the United States could have been prevented since June 2021.

The analysis, conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation, estimated how many COVID-19 deaths were among unvaccinated adults and could have been prevented since June 2021 "when safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines became widely available to all adults in the U.S." Medical personnel move a deceased patient in New York City. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP) (Photo by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images) "From June through September 2021, approximately 90,000 COVID-19 deaths among adults likely would have been.

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