Nearly 1 million COVID-19 deaths: A look at the US numbers

Nathan Lambrecht is photographed next to a picture of his father, Doug Lambrecht, at his apartment in Woodinville, Wash., Monday, March 21, 2022. The 71-year-old retired physician was among the first of the nearly 1 million Americans to die from COVID-19. "I'm afraid that as the numbers get bigger, people are going to care less and less," Nathan said. "I just hope people who didn't know them and didn't have the same sort of loss in their lives due to COVID, I just hope that they don't forget and they remember to care." (David Goldman/AP)

Nathan Lambrecht is photographed next to a picture of his father, Doug Lambrecht, at his apartment in Woodinville, Wash., Monday, March 21, 2022. The 71-year-old retired physician was among the first of the nearly 1 million Americans to die from COVID-19. "I'm afraid that as the numbers get bigger, people are going to care less and less," Nathan said. "I just hope people who didn't know them and didn't have the same sort of loss in their lives due to COVID, I just hope that they don't forget and they remember to care." (David Goldman/AP)

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