United States has reported more deaths related to the COVID-19 than any countries in thw world. The United States CDC published a report which predicts a report 187,000 to 205,000 total COVID-19 deaths will be reported by September 12.
According to the US CDC report, "State and territory level ensemble forecats predict that the number of reported new deaths per week will likely increase over the next four weeks in in Minnesota and may decrease in 13 jurisdictions. Those with the greatest likelihood of a decrease over the next four weeks including Florida, Mississippi, Arizona and South Carolina."
According to recently published CDC reports, some states appear to be reaching peak of Coronavirus infections, others including the Midwest are flashing more concerns. The CDC has said that a new rise in casulaities due to COVID-19 infections is likely to be reported from New Jersey, Alabama, Puerto Rico, Washington, Kentucky and Tennessee.
The top row of the figure shows the number of new COVID-19 deaths reported in the United States each week from June 13 through August 15 and forecasted new deaths over the next four weeks, through September 12.
The bottom row of the figure shows the number of total COVID-19 deaths in the United States each week from June 13 through August 15 and the forecasted number of total COVID-19 deaths over the next four weeks, through September 12.
Models make various assumptions about the levels of social distancing and other interventions, which may not reflect recent changes in behavior.
According to the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 dashboard, the total number of COVID-19 cases in the United States is at 56,21,035 and death cases have reached to 175,350.