On Monday, the United States surpassed the 90,000 death barrier due to COVID-19 and surpassed the 1.5 million infections of the new coronavirus, confirming itself as the country most affected by the pandemic, which has affected 4.7 million people worldwide.

According to the most recent data from Johns Hopkins University, the United States reached 90,193 deaths from the disease on Monday, just one week after it reached 80,000 deaths from the virus.

This means that for every seven deaths from the coronavirus in the world, two are American, making this country the current epicenter of the pandemic, as the nations that follow in terms of the number of deaths are far from these figures: United Kingdom (34,876 deaths) and Italy (32,007 deaths).

By states, the most affected continues to be New York with 28,232; followed by New Jersey with 10,363 deaths, and Massachusetts, where 5,797 deaths have been recorded, according to the university.

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