A new study has found that the number of people who died from COVID-19 in the United States in 2015 was higher than previous estimates.
The study, which looked at data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, found that, on average, about 14 people died every day in the U.S. from the virus.
But in some areas, the number was significantly higher.
For example, in San Francisco, the city had the highest number of cases and deaths from the COVID outbreak in the country in 2015.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that, in comparison, the Atlanta area had only about 5 deaths per day.
According to the study, the average death toll in the US in 2015 came in at about 14,000 people.
However, the total number of deaths from COVI-19 worldwide has never been known.
The Centers for Diseases Control and Control and other health officials have estimated that the worldwide death toll from COV-19 has reached about 30 million.
This is a higher number than the CDC’s previous estimates, which had put the number at about 15 million.
However the CDC is continuing to update the count, and is hoping to eventually have the final count in 2020.