You're more likely to die from COVID-19 in the US than in other high-income countries amid omicron, data suggests – USA TODAY

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Although the omicron variant of the coronavirus is less likely to cause severe disease compared with previously dominating strains, the USA is still experiencing more COVID-19 deaths than at almost any other point in the pandemic.
The country surpassed 900,000 deaths over the weekend and may reach a million by April, according to a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data. About 2,400 deaths are reported each day. 


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