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COVID-19 is Now the Deadliest Disease in U.S. History

Soledad talks to Dr. Howard Markel, a physician and medical historian at the University of Michigan, about where we go from here.

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The coronavirus pandemic is officially the deadliest disease outbreak in U.S. history. The 1918 Flu previously held the top spot with a death toll of 675,000. As of this week, COVID-19 has killed nearly 700,000 people and the pandemic is still far from over. On average, more than 2,200 people are dying every day from the virus. Soledad talks to Dr. Howard Markel, a physician and medical historian at the University of Michigan, about where we go from here.

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