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What if all covid‑19 deaths in the United States had happened in your neighborhood?


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Find out what would happen if your
neighborhood was the epicenter of the
coronavirus pandemic in the United States.

At least 202,329 people have died of covid-19 in the United States.

It can be difficult to comprehend the loss of all these lives in a country so large. The pandemic’s heaviest tolls have occurred in clusters, and many Americans don’t know anyone who has died. But the disease has killed people in all 50 states, the District and most of the territories.

What if all those deaths had happened near you?

To better understand these losses, this simulation shows what would happen if all reported covid‑19 deaths in the country happened around your address.

After you start this experience, you will see a circle drawn around your location: In this scenario, everyone who lives in that area would have died.

How far would this emptiness go?
In this article there is a simulation where you enter your zip code & it displays the circle as described above.
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