The seven-day average of daily infections in the United States has nearly tripled from the levels recorded almost a month ago.
From an average of more than 11,000 cases reported on June 21, the 7-day average surged to 31475 on Sunday.
The test positive rate also increased to 4.8%.
The number of hospitalized people is also increasing Coronavirus National infectious disease. That number has risen to 18,823. 5232 people were admitted to the intensive care unit.
According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University, 12048 additional case reports increased the national total to 34,080,007.
An additional 138 casualties were reported, bringing the number of COVID deaths nationwide to 609,021.
The low metric is due to the delay in reporting over the weekend.
California reported the most cases-2134-while most COVID-related deaths-10-were reported in New York on Sunday.
California is the most affected state in terms of both COVID indicators. A total of 3,861,134 cases have been reported in the state, with 64,093 people dying from the disease.
So far, a total of 29,376,590 people have recovered from the country’s illness.
So far, a total of 334,151,648 vaccinations have been given nationwide. 186,038,501 people have taken at least one dose.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 161.2 million people, or 48.6 percent of the US population, are fully vaccinated.
79.5% of people over the age of 65 are vaccinated with both.
Major foreign COVID-related news has tested more than 80% of the crew on board Korean destroyers conducting anti-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden, or 247, virus-positive.
Three members of the South African soccer team who arrived at the Tokyo Olympic Village to participate in the Olympics were diagnosed with coronavirus infection.
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The 7-day average of US COVID cases almost triples in a month
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