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In May 2020, the total number of lives lost from the coronavirus outbreak in the United States crossed one hundred thousand - an unimaginable number. This page aims to make it more concrete by showing cities in the US with population close to 100,000. The people who lost their lives
in the last couple of months would be able to fill any of these cities with life.