Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-06-15 12:59:47 –
The United States currently has more than 600,000 deaths from COVID-19.
Data edited by Johns Hopkins University It shows that the country has reached a tough milestone on Tuesday. The data also show that more than 33.4 million Americans have tested positive for the coronavirus since it was first identified in the United States in early 2020.
Breakthrough deaths occur when cases and deaths are at record lows across the country.
According to data, only 203 people died in the United States on Monday, one of the lowest daily deaths in the United States since March. About 12,700 cases were confirmed on the day.
Much of the country’s success in the fight against pandemics can be attributed to ongoing vaccination efforts. As of Tuesday, approximately 54.4% of adults in the United States have been fully vaccinated, and more than 64% of people in that age group have been vaccinated at least once. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Overall, the CDC states that 43.7% of the total US population is fully vaccinated and 52.5% are vaccinated at least once.
These numbers are encouraging, and the state has now lifted most restrictions, but the pandemic isn’t over.Americans are still dying as a result of COVID-19, and the virus remains a serious threat in countries with poor vaccine infrastructure in the United States
Data from Johns Hopkins University show that average prevalence has increased in the past few weeks in Alabama, Arkansas, Hawaii, Missouri, Nevada, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. According to the CDC, all of these states lag behind the 43% immunization rate of fully vaccinated countries.
President Joe Biden hoped to reach 70% of the population with at least one vaccination by July 4. Some regions and individual counties have already achieved this goal, but in other parts of the country it is close to 40% and may not reach its July 4th goal.
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