2020 Saw Unprecedented Murder Spike In Major U.S. Cities

In late Decem­ber the Asso­ci­at­ed Press report­ed that 2020 was on track to become the dead­liest year in U.S. his­to­ry with the total num­ber of deaths fore­cast to rise 15 per­cent com­pared to 2019, pri­mar­i­ly due to the coro­n­avirus pan­dem­ic. There were also sev­er­al oth­er small­er con­trib­u­to­ry fac­tors, how­ev­er, includ­ing high­er death tolls from heart & cir­cu­la­to­ry dis­eases as well as from the coun­try’s opi­oid cri­sis. The U.S. also expe­ri­enced its most vio­lent year in decades with an unprece­dent­ed rise in homi­cides. The Gun Vio­lence Archive report­ed that more than 19,000 peo­ple died in shoot­ings or firearm-relat­ed inci­dents in 2020, the high­est fig­ure in over two decades.


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