A high school teacher in Wisconsin was the latest to die following COVID-19 infection.
Doctors recommended that Samanta Arjune not remove the bullet lodged in her left leg for fear that it would cause extensive damage.
As total U.S. deaths approach 200,000, these states have avoided the worst of the pandemic.
New York currently has the largest COVID-19 death toll in the country.
Momcilo Krajisnik, a Bosnian Serb former wartime official, was taken to a hospital last month after developing pneumonia.
Six of the 12 deadliest countries, according to COVID-19 fatalities per one million people, were reported to be in Europe.
More than 26,000 firefighters and other support staff are battling at least 102 "active large fires" across 12 states.
It's unclear whether any of the teachers contracted COVID-19 at their schools, but their deaths have renewed fears about possible school outbreaks.
Rigg rose to prominence playing Emma Peel in the espionage TV series "The Avengers" in the 60s.
Boseman and Ledward were notoriously secret about their relationship, though they married sometime in 2020.
The frontman of the Dallas thrash metal band died Monday. His cause of death has not been publicly announced.
A missile explosion sent shrapnel into the aircraft, which likely disrupted the plane's recorders, the Civil Aviation Organization of Iran claimed.
DeVayne, whose off-stage name was Zavion Davenport was diagnosed with autoimmune condition scleroderma in 2018.
The woman was discovered on the floor after she reportedly attempted to get off the morgue table.
New York alone has a higher death toll than the death totals reported in eight of the country's nine regions.
New York's death toll accounts for over 19.2 percent of the total number of COVID-19 deaths in the country.
Average daily death tolls have been rising in Georgia, Arkansas, North Carolina, Nevada, Louisiana, Tennessee and Oregon over the past month.
Computer scientist Russell Kirsch, credited with scanning the world's first digital image and creating the pixel, has reportedly died in Portland, Oregon at the age of 91.
The death tolls in Texas and Arizona are projected to reach 27,435 and 6,840, respectively, by December 1.
The latest projected death toll is nearly double the country's current death count of over 160,000.
New York City has a higher death rate than all 50 states, reporting 281 deaths per 100,000 people, according to the CDC.
Arizona's Maricopa County has seen a large increase in deaths in June and July, county officials confirmed.
The U.S. currently has the most confirmed cases and deaths in the world.
Sweden's seven-day rolling average of daily new deaths has been mostly declining since around mid-April.
The state's seven-day rolling average of new deaths has spiked by 50 percent since last week.
The latest daily death toll marked the state's largest single-day spike in fatalities since the outbreak began.
Additionally, the state saw 9,446 new infections, and the test positivity rate stood at 12.26 percent.
The country's seven-day rolling average of new COVID-19 deaths has spiked nearly every day since July 6.
Texas health officials announced over 600 additional deaths were being counted on Monday as they changed their COVID-19 death reporting method to rely on the cause of death listed on death certificates.