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US coronavirus deaths projected to more than double to 410,000 by year's end

The Age Friday, 4 September 2020
US coronavirus deaths projected to more than double to 410,000 by year's endThe model, which has been cited by the White House coronavirus taskforce, forecasts that US deaths could soar to 3000 per day in December.
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