The deadly impact of coronavirus continues to spread all over the world. In the USA alone, the respiratory illness has caused over 27,000 deaths with New York and New Jersey the most impacted of all states.
However, projections from the University of Washington show New York, New Jersey, and Michigan to have already passed their peak date for the most daily deaths from the pandemic. According to the research, the highest projected death tolls was New York at 13, 463 – New Jersey at 3,915 – and Michigan at 1,977. These states have reached their peak date between April 7 – 9.
Still, there are some states left of the USA that are yet to reach their peak date. Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Florida have an accumulated projected death toll of over 15,000 and are expected to reach their peak date sometimes between April 25 – 27.
The research also shows that some states of America, such as Nebraska will not be reaching their projected peak date until the 1st week of May.