When will the death toll from the coronavirus reach 100?
The death toll of coronaviral disease in the United States has reached 100, with coronaviruses such as EV-D2 in more than 300 people and coronavirept.s like COVID-19 in more the 1,400.
The National Institutes of Health estimates that there are 1.3 million new cases of COVIDs and nearly 7,500 deaths in the U.S. from the pandemic.
The virus is spread through direct contact with an infected person and can cause flu-like symptoms that include fever, cough, muscle aches and weakness.
The number of coronacoviruses has quadrupled over the past two years.
The latest estimates indicate that the pandemics number of cases in the nation will increase to 1.7 million, with the number of deaths up to 8,500.
The CDC said on Monday that the number for the year ended Sept. 30 was 6,921, or 9.5% of the total.
In a statement, the CDC said that it is working to reach its goal of 5 million people with the current levels of infection and death.
The agency said it expects that number to rise to about 10 million by 2020.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.