@Reuters
Reuters
13 days ago
500,000 lives lost @ReutersGraphics illustrates the scale of the COVID-19 death toll in the United States https://t.co/sgGsD53yXF
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@Kristenkids
Kirsten Tushingham
13 days ago
@Reuters @ReutersGraphics One day we will see this in a museum.
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@MakdaTofiq
Tofiq Makda
13 days ago
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@kaegic1
Chris Kaegi
13 days ago
@Reuters @ReutersGraphics I counted the dots, completely over rated!! Right from the beginning when those 19 died there were over 50 dots. No shock value here!!
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@FiyyazAhmed_06
analysis06
13 days ago
@Reuters @ReutersGraphics Criticism of Trump on health is fading
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@rajeevkaul007
Rajeev Kaul
13 days ago
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@ShahlaMohyi
Shahla Mohyi
13 days ago
@Reuters @ReutersGraphics so painful, but the large group of people without considering the health protocols are surely guilt and it seems that this government has not done anything in this regard, the people should take the issue seriously themselves.
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@PennsyltuckyKid
Dave
13 days ago
@Reuters @ReutersGraphics You just couldn't wait to get to 500k, could you? As though it changes anything
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@Jambilove
Mr. Anderson
13 days ago
@Reuters @ReutersGraphics This is absurd on it face. Global covid deaths per million US is 9 or 10 right now. UK is 6th. Comparing EU to US, deaths against population is 4x higher in Europe. 2.46M/446M and .499M/328M respectively. Stop the scare tactics Reuters. We need neither alarmism or complacency.
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@rexfordreed
Willis Reed
13 days ago
@Reuters @ReutersGraphics 606,000 died from cancer, yet cigarettes, cigars, and vape products are still for sale.
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