This week, Johns Hopkins University confirmed that deaths related to COVID-19 have surpassed the 1 million mark worldwide, with an average of just over 3,800 deaths per day.
One million deaths is a grim figure, but experts warn the virus’ true death toll may be even higher. Some victims may not have taken a coronavirus test before dying, leaving their deaths uncounted, and the added stress on healthcare systems might have led to more deaths. In particular, the United States may have significantly undercounted its spring Covid-19 fatalities, according to one Yale University study.
Read the full profile on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/joewalsh/2020/09/28/covid-19-has-killed-more-than-1-million-people-worldwide/#2e6ce65c1276
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