The United States recorded 1,015 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours, the lowest daily number in a month, according to the count made by Johns Hopkins University on Monday.
These new deaths counted between 8:30 p.m. on Sunday and the same time on Monday, bring the death toll from the covid-19 epidemic in the United States to 68,689.
Daily balance sheets in the United States have not fallen below 1,000 deaths since early April, while an internal report by the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), which was accessed by the New York Times and The Washington Post anticipates a regrowth starting in mid-May.
In that sense, it is anticipated that more than 3,000 deaths and 200,000 new cases of coronavirus will be registered every day until June 1, after some states have begun to lift their containment measures.
The United States has the highest number of recorded cases of covid-19 in the world, with nearly 1.2 million patients. Some 187,000 people survived the disease, according to official data.