For the first time since the Great Depression: Most young Americans live with their parents

The coronavirus pandemic has pushed millions of Americans, especially young people, to move in with family members. The proportion of people between the ages of 18 and 29 living with their parents rose to the majority after US coronavirus cases began to spread earlier this year, ...

CDC Report: Who's Most Sick and Dies from Covid-19 in the US

New data released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides a comprehensive picture of who in the United States was diagnosed with Covid-19 and how they coped with the disease. Writes about this CNN. Recent evidence confirms that older people and ...

New York immigrants - who they are: their age, education, work, and salary

New York is a city of immigrants. Almost a quarter of the inhabitants of this metropolis were born abroad. About the areas in which they live, what kind of education they have, what they do and how much they earn, read below. The data is provided in the annual report published on the website of the city hall. ...

Why coronavirus doesn't start an apocalypse: calming statistics

The daily updated 2019-nCoV coronavirus data can make even the most cold-blooded skeptics worry. Hundreds of thousands of those infected, more than 11 thousand dead, and all this against the backdrop of tense uncertainty due to the global quarantine and the economic decline. Fear has big eyes, and many see ...

More than 99% of people who died from coronavirus in Italy had other diseases

According to a study by the Italian Ministry of Health, more than 99% of people who have died from coronavirus in this country have suffered from other serious illnesses. Bloomberg writes about it. After the number of deaths from this virus in the country exceeded 2500, and in mid-March they ...

Contagiousness of different viruses: is coronavirus really so dangerous

In December 2019, an epidemic of the Chinese coronavirus broke out in the world. In March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) recognized the spread of COVID-19 as a pandemic. Is the coronavirus really so dangerous and contagious, the Voice of America found out. Which disease can infect the most ...

More terrible than coronavirus: ranking of diseases that kill thousands of people per day

The World Health Organization has published statistics showing how many people per day die from certain diseases. The new coronavirus 2019-nCoV, which frightened the whole world, ended up in 17th place in it, while the first one was long known to the whole world ...

COVID-19 in the USA: confirmed cases of infection and deaths by state

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), on Wednesday, March 4, 13 US states reported 100 confirmed cases of Chinese coronavirus infection. Of these, 30 were related to travel, 17 - ...

In the language of numbers: how much New Yorkers earn and spend

The author of the channel "In the West" on the site "Yandex.Zen" compared how much the residents of America's largest city earn and how much they spend. Citing the official source Census.gov, he shared some entertaining statistics. The population of New York is 8,5 million people - it's a cross between Moscow and ...

New York is losing residents at an alarming rate: what is the reason and who is to blame

Despite the country's long economic expansion, New York is actually losing its population. About this with reference to the data of the US Census Bureau, published on December 30, according to the New York Post. Largest Population Decline New York State's total population as of ...

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