Maximum coronavirus death rate will hit the United States in 11 days, when 2,644 people will die in 24 hours

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Shocking graphics have revealed that the United States is still 11 days away from their peak coronavirus, when 2,644 people are expected to die in 24 hours across the country.

The new austere model – created by researchers at the University of Washington Institute for Health Metrology – also shows that the country is also 10 days from its maximum use of resources, while 262,092 hospital beds will be required.

This is 87,674 fewer than the number of beds the United States has predicted. An impressive 39,727 intensive care beds will be required; the estimated shortage of these will be 19,863, he adds.

The researchers also warn that 100,000 Americans will die by August 4. Previous White House predictions have put the figure between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths in the United States if the nation continues on its path and if current guidelines on social distancing are maintained.

The University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics model details a state-of-state disaster of when hospitals will be overwhelmed and how many will die.

Shocking graphs show the U.S. is still 11 days from its peak, when 2,644 people are expected to die in 24 hours across the country

Shocking graphics have revealed that the United States is still 11 days away from their peak coronavirus, when 2,644 people are expected to die in 24 hours across the country

The researchers also warn that 100,000 Americans will die on August 4, in the photo. Previous White House predictions have put the figure between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths in the United States if the nation continues on its path and if current guidelines on social distancing are maintained.

The researchers also warn that 100,000 Americans will die on August 4, in the photo. Previous White House predictions have put the figure between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths in the United States if the nation continues on its path and if current guidelines on social distancing are maintained.

The new austere model – created by researchers at the University of Washington Institute of Health Metrology – also shows that the country is also 10 days from its maximum use of resources, when 262,092 hospital beds are required

The University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics model details a state-of-state disaster when hospitals will be overwhelmed and how many will die. Figures for all beds are shown

The University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics model details a state-of-state disaster of when hospitals will be overwhelmed and how many will die. Figures for all beds are shown

The University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics model details a state-of-state disaster when hospitals will be overwhelmed and how many will die. Figures for all intensive care beds are shown

The University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics model details a state-of-state disaster of when hospitals will be overwhelmed and how many will die. Figures for all intensive care beds are shown

The team warns that the protections for each state assume that social distancing measures are maintained, such as staying at home and rest homes prohibiting visitors

The team warns that protections for each state assume that social distancing measures are maintained, such as staying at home and rest homes prohibiting visitors

It allows users to search for forecasts for any state, not only shows deaths but demand for hospital services in each state, including the availability of ventilators, general hospital beds and intensive care beds.

The team warns that protections for each state assume that social distancing measures are maintained, such as staying at home and rest homes prohibiting visitors.

It shows that New York – which continues to pay the price for the epicenter of the epidemic in the United States – will reach its peak in five days with 855 deaths on April 10. She will need more than 76,000 beds the day before.

More than 16,000 people will die on August 4 in New York, according to the graphs.

But as the nation desperately watches the Empire State, others are poised to become the deadly new hot spots.

The figures for Illinois make reading particularly bleak. The number of deaths from COVID-19 is expected to reach 3,386 on August 4, the state’s peak in 15 days, an estimated 109 people will die in 24 hours.

In Florida, the peak of the state is expected on May 4, with 175 deaths over a 24-hour period.

The model shows that Michigan will reach its peak in six days, when 173 deaths are expected on April 11.

It shows that New York - which continues to pay the price for the epicenter of the epidemic in the United States - will reach its peak in five days with 855 deaths on April 10. She will need more than 76,000 beds a day before

It shows that New York – which continues to pay the price for the epicenter of the epidemic in the United States – will reach its peak in five days with 855 deaths on April 10. She will need more than 76,000 beds a day before

State peak expected in Florida on May 4, with 175 deaths over 24-hour period

In Florida, peak in the state is expected on May 4, with 175 deaths over 24 hours

State peak expected in Georgia on April 25, with 96 deaths over 24-hour period

State peak expected in Georgia on April 25, with 96 deaths over 24-hour period

In Illinois, state peak expected on April 20, with 109 deaths over 24-hour period

In Illinois, state peak is expected on April 20, with 109 deaths over 24 hours

Louisiana has become a major concern as it reported an increase in the death toll to 409 on Saturday.

The graphs show that the state will reach its peak in five days, with 76 COVID-19 deaths expected on April 10. More than 1,800 people are expected to die there by August 4.

The largest city in the Gulf State, New Orleans, where Mardi Gras celebrations in late February are believed to have spread the virus before social distancing orders were imposed, has become a focal point of the health crisis .

New Orleans patients die at double the per capita rate as in New York.

Louisiana Governor John Edwards said he spoke to vice president Mike Pence on Saturday – and was promised 200 more fans from the national stock.

California is expected to see 119 deaths from COVID-19 on April 26, its expected peak; 5068 deaths are projected on August 4.

Washington State, the first epicenter of the epidemic in the United States, is expected to see its virus peak in 4 days and experts say nearly 1,000 people could die there by August 4.

In Louisiana, the state peak is expected on April 10, with 76 deaths over a 24-hour period

In Louisiana, peak of the state is expected on April 10, with 76 deaths over a 24-hour period

In Michigan, state peak expected on April 11, with 173 deaths over 24 hours

In Michigan, state peak expected on April 11, with 173 deaths over 24 hours

In New Jersey, state peak expected on April 9, with 104 deaths over 24 hours

In New Jersey, state peak expected on April 9, with 104 deaths over 24 hours

Massachusetts is expected to peak in 12 days and more than 2,300 deaths by August 4.

New Jersey will peak in four days; Georgia in 20.

Dr. Ali Mokdad, professor of health metrics science at IHME, said the model used death rates because when the researchers started working on it, the number of people tested for the virus was low.

“There was not enough capacity for testing, so we did not know how many people were positive,” he told DailyMail.com.

” [The graphs] remind us that staying at home is very helpful, ”said Dr. Mokdad.

“It will make our doctors’ lives easier. We do not want them to decide which patients are ventilated and which are not as we have seen in other countries, like Italy.

Washington state peak expected on April 9, with 22 deaths over 24-hour period

Washington state peak expected on April 9, with 22 deaths over 24-hour period

In Massachuettes, the peak of the state is expected on April 17, with 100 deaths over a 24-hour period

In Massachuettes, the peak of the state is expected on April 17, with 100 deaths over a 24-hour period

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