U.S. surpasses 500,000 total COVID-19 deaths

U.S. Surpasses, 500,000, Total COVID-19 Deaths .On Sunday, the United States reached yet anothersobering milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic. .According to NBC News, the U.S. surpassed500,000 COVID-19 deaths. .The global total stands at 2.5 million deaths,meaning the U.S. accounts for more than afifth of COVID-19 deaths in the world.The number of confirmed COVID-19 casesin the U.S. has also grown, with nearly atotal of 29 million reported. .The U.S. is currently in the midst of rollingout vaccines across the country.President Joe Biden confirmed this monththat the U.S. is on track to have a total of600 million vaccine doses by the end of July. .He blamed the slow vaccine rollout onhis predecessor, saying Donald Trump“didn’t order enough vaccines.” .He didn’t mobilize enough peopleto administer the shots. He didn’tset up federal vaccine centers whereeligible people could go and get theirshots. When I became president threeweeks ago, America had no plan tovaccinate most of the country, Joe Biden, via ‘Complex’