The US Daily Death Rate From Coronavirus Now Exceeds Motor Vehicle Fatalities
The numbers are rapidly accumulating as COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the United States.
Today, March 24, 2020, the count currently stands at 50,982 cases in the United States as of 3pm ET.
There have also been 102 new deaths since the beginning of the day, a concerning total given the fact that we’re only midway through the afternoon in most of the country.
At even just 102 deaths per day over the course of a year, 37,230 deaths would be more than the number of motor vehicle fatalities in the United States, which was 36,560 in 2019.
The trouble here is that the daily rate is increasing exponentially.
Stats and figures pulled from Worldometers.
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Watch the Bell Curve
Infectious diseases follow a bell curve called Farr’s law.
A virus doesn’t grow linearly forever. It accelerates, plateaus, and then declines. The CDC’s “bend the curve” or “flatten the curve” reflects this natural reality.
As COVID-19 spreads and declines (which it will decline despite what the media tells you), every country will follow a similar pattern. The US will peak around the second week of April.
Nowadays all these are very essential to know. It will really help to prepare ourselves to take prevention against Covid19.
The only remedy to stop the CORONAVIRUS in the world is prayer.
God Almighty is not satisfied with human behaviour on earth. Therefore, we need to confess our sins and humble ourselves before the living God with sincerity. 2 Chronicles 7:13-14….
Let us pray