Politico: White House defiant as Covid-19 deaths approach 130,000
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Deaths related to COVID-19 surpassed over 130,000 and the White House still views COVID-19 as a success story since deaths decreased:
After a holiday weekend where the total number of American Covid-19 deaths approached 130,000, White House officials focused on the decline in daily death rates and committed to keeping the economy open as cases mount.
32 states around the nation saw a drastic increase in COVID-19 over the 4th of July weekend, but President Trump still says it's due to expanded testing, but of course, it's not true:
The increase in coronavirus cases comes amid a rise in testing. But experts say the uptick in Covid-19 cases is not simply due to the expansion of testing.
Yet as cases trend upward, death rates are declining. The number of deaths attributed to Covid-19 in the United States is now around 600 per day, compared to as many as 3,000 per day in April and May.
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