COVID’s U.S. death toll on verge of surpassing Spanish Flu

That’s just over 1,200 fewer than died in the 1918 Spanish Flu, which took an estimated 675,000 lives in the U.S. Before this, that flu pandemic was the most lethal since the United States was formed. With an 1,800-per-day death average, the number who’ve died of COVID could surpass the previous scourge by Monday.

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