The obituary called out the “ignorant, self centered and selfish people” who refused to follow advice of medical experts amid the pandemic.
The ensemble forecast uses predictions from 32 different groups about the U.S. virus death toll over the next four weeks.
Orlando G. Romero, 48, was pronounced dead on Sunday, the agency said.
According to Dr. Varon, the death rate among their hospital’s COVID-19 patients was around zero percent earlier this summer, but has now increased to roughly five percent.
California health officials have reported the state's first coronavirus death of a child.
The husband of a Yountville retirement facility nurse, who died of COVID-19, has now died from complications of the disease himself just weeks after his wife's death.
Deputy Brown first got sick with COVID-19 in May. Michelle believes he got sick at work, then brought the virus home to her and their four children.
A Texas City nursing home resident, who tried hydroxychloroquine after testing positive for COVID-19, has passed away.
Dr. Joseph J. Costa who served as the chief of critical care at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore passed away over the weekend from COVID-19.
Valerie Leon had just come home from a road trip and had a high-risk job. The beloved employee leaves behind three sons and 13 grandchildren.
Four other children have reportedly died from the virus, health officials said.
As father and a best friend, you could always count on Ramon Morales.
A Los Angeles Police Department officer died Friday due to the coronavirus, becoming the agency's first sworn officer to fall victim to COVID-19.
Front-line medical worker Neil McDonald, 52, received cheers and applause from his colleagues as he was finally discharged from the same hospital where he works in Hull, England.
A 5-year-old boy was among the nine new COVID-19 deaths reported in Dallas County on Friday.
During an event on Tuesday, registered nurses gathered at the Capitol to honor the lives of their colleagues by reading off 164 names.
Gwendolyn Robinson,62, worked at the retirement facility for 12 years. Her husband, also infected, is hospitalized in intensive care.
As the world case count neared the 15 million mark, with more than 617,000 killed, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, the U.S. has continued to see large outbreaks.
For nearly 30 years, Sam Reck was by his wife JoAnn's side. Even when she moved into a skilled nursing facility for her dementia, he lived just one building over from her.
Los Angeles County health officials say Latinos are more than twice as likely to be infected with COVID-19 as compared to white people.