January 12, 2021 saw the highest single-day death toll for Covid-19. 4320 Americans died that day with the virus. The last 80 days has been a period of a steadily declining death toll. According to Worldometer (and other top world statistics sites) our daily Covid-19 death toll is now under one thousand deaths per day. At what point is this considered a similar daily toll to that of the flu?
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