August May Bring More US Coronavirus Deaths Than Expected, But Next Wave In Winter Could Be Worse

As states begin preparations for the re-opening of the economy, news hits that August will see a 10% increase in the coronavirus death toll than was expected before. Death tallies drawn up recently reveal that the number of deaths will continue to grow.

Amidst such a state, Health Institutes believe that relaxation of social distancing measures risks the possibility of resurgence or an exponential rise that will take us back to square one.

Fear lingers as CDC warns that the second wave of COVID is to hit even harder in the coming winter.

The nation buckles up and California becomes the first to broaden its limits by recommending testing for asymptomatic people.

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