The death toll of COVID-19 in the United States fell below 300 per day for the first time since the early days of the March 2020 disaster. Meanwhile, the willingness to shoot bullets approached another promising milestone on Monday. 150 million Americans have been fully vaccinated.
Coronavirus was the third leading cause of death in the United States in 2020, after heart disease and cancer. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention But now, as the outbreak loosens its grip, it falls on the list of the biggest murderers.
CDC data suggest that more Americans than COVID-19 die daily from accidents, chronic lower respiratory tract disease, stroke, or Alzheimer’s disease.
The death toll in the United States exceeds 600,000 and the death toll in the world is close to 3.9 million, but in both cases the actual number is believed to be significantly higher.
According to the CDC, about 45% of the US population is fully vaccinated. Over 53% of Americans have been vaccinated at least once.
New cases are being implemented on average about 11,400 cases per day, starting from more than 250,000 per day in early January. According to the report, the average number of deaths per day has decreased to about 293. Johns Hopkins University After top-out over 3,400 in mid-January.
To New York The government was severely damaged in the spring of 2020. Andrew Cuomo On Monday, he tweeted that the state had 10 new deaths. At the height of the outbreak in the state, nearly 800 people died of the coronavirus each day.
US hits a promising milestone with viral death and firing Alzheimer’s disease Johns Hopkins University Covid Center Fordies Control and Prevention New York
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