Coronavirus | 100.000 muertos en Estados Unidos: 3 cambios drásticos que causó la pandemia en el país más rico del mundo – BBC News Mundo

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Cuando el coronavirus se expandía en silencio por Estados Unidos a inicios del año, el constante crecimiento económico del país y un desempleo mínimo eran dos cartas clave en la campaña de reelección del presidente Donald Trump, que firmaba un ansiado acuerdo comercial con China.

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Pero aquel panorama varió de forma radical con la pandemia de covid-19 y su efecto devastador en EE.UU., que el miércoles pasó la barrera simbólica de 100.000 muertos por el virus, según el conteo de la Universidad Johns Hopkins.

100.000 muertos por coronavirus en EE.UU.: por qué reabre el país si continúa registrando récords de muertes
Se trata de un saldo que ningún otro país ha registrado por el coronavirus hasta ahora, superior también al de otros episodios mortales que marcaron la política doméstica y exterior de EE.UU. en la historia reciente
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