COVID-19 third leading cause of death in US

COVID-19 was the third leading cause of death in 2021, while the differences in death rates between certain racial and ethnic minority groups remain, the CDC announced in a press release.
Provisional 2021 US mortality data, provided by The CDC’s National Vital Statistics System, included a comparison of death rates for all causes of death and for those involving COVID-19, showing an overall rate increase of almost 1% from 2020.
Non-Hispanic American Indian/Alaskan Native and non-Hispanic Black or African American people had the highest overall death rates, with COVIC-19 following heart

COVID-19 was the third leading cause of death in 2021, while the differences in death rates between certain racial and ethnic minority groups remain, the CDC announced in a press release.
Provisional 2021 US mortality data, provided by The CDC’s National Vital Statistics System, included a comparison of death rates for all causes of death and for those involving COVID-19, showing an overall rate increase of almost 1% from 2020.
Non-Hispanic American Indian/Alaskan Native and non-Hispanic Black or African American people had the highest overall death rates, with COVIC-19 following heart