Comments:SARS-CoV-2 surpasses one million confirmed infections in the United States

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1 million-How scary it is018:19, 9 May 2020

1 million-How scary it is

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Last edit: 17:29, 1 May 2020

Around 1/3 of all cases are now in the United States. One million. That is also something like 0.3% of the American population, probably even more. And especially in the New York Metropolitan Area, where at least 250,000, or 1.25% of people have it. Correct me on any misinformation I may have. Cheers,

47.16.99.72 (talk)17:29, 1 May 2020