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By Mike Schneider, Associated Press
The human loss from the coronavirus will not be reflected in the 2020 census because of a matter of timing, which could save a congressional seat for New York but cost Alabama one.
By PBS NewsHour
After a week reaching yet another tragic milestone in the COVID-19 death toll, we remember five remarkable individuals in the United States who have lost their lives to the pandemic.
By Jeffrey Brown, Maea Lenei Buhre
Even as the pandemic rages on and deaths mount, communities, individuals and the federal government are finding ways to honor and keep loved ones close to their hearts. Jeffrey Brown reports for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS."…
The U.S. passed another sad milestone Tuesday with 400,000 COVID-related deaths now recorded. President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris spoke at a special tribute on the National Mall to remember the lives lost in the pandemic. It featured music, remarks…
By Joshua Barajas
From tiny flags to empty chairs, here’s how different communities in the U.S. are memorializing the victims of the pandemic.
As the nation nears 400,000 deaths from the coronavirus, we honor five people who lost their lives due to COVID-19.
More than 365,000 people have now died in the U.S. from the pandemic. And as we mark another grim milestone of daily deaths this week, we honor 5 individuals who lost their lives to COVID-19.
More than 340,000 people died from COVID-19 in the United States in 2020, and as of Friday the number of people infected with the virus had surpassed 20 million. As we begin a New Year, we honor just five of…
December has seen a staggering rise in the number cases and the deaths in the U.S. from the pandemic. As we do each Friday, we take a moment to honor five individuals who have lost their lives to COVID-19.
By Adam Geller, Heather Hollingsworth, Associated Press
The number of dead tallied by Johns Hopkins University rivals the population of St. Louis or Pittsburgh. It is more than five times the number of Americans killed in the Vietnam War.
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