Nearly a THIRD of COVID-19 deaths suffered by Americans could have been prevented

The United States eclipsed the grim milestone of  one million COVID-19 deaths last week, the first country to reach the mark, and a new study finds that a large portion of these deaths could have been prevented by the vaccines.

Nearly a THIRD of COVID-19 deaths suffered by Americans could have been prevented
The United States eclipsed the grim milestone of  one million COVID-19 deaths last week, the first country to reach the mark, and a new study finds that a large portion of these deaths could have been prevented by the vaccines.