Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-01-13 09:40:44 –
The United States recorded 4,327 deaths on Tuesday, according to Johns Hopkins’ count, as the country faced a political crisis at the same time and the threat of more violence from far-right militants. Arizona and California are one of the hardest hit states.
Daily numbers are subject to revision, but the country is currently the most deadly outbreak, despite the surge in deaths and vaccine deployments over the last two and a half months. It is in the stage. On average, about 250,000 new cases are performed per day.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 9.3 million Americans receive the first injection of the vaccine, less than 3% of the population. This is far less than the hundreds of millions experts say they need to be vaccinated to defeat the outbreak.
Efforts are increasing nationwide. Large-scale drive-through vaccination facilities have been opened in stadiums and other places, and it is now possible to take pictures from the window of a car.
In addition, an increasing number of states are beginning to provide vaccinations to the next group of older people, with minimum ages of 65, 70, and 75, depending on location. To date, healthcare professionals and nursing home residents have been prioritized in most places.
And the Trump administration plans on Tuesday to speed up the vaccination drive by releasing the entire dose supply, rather than holding large reserves to ensure that people get a second shot on time. Announced.
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