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The White House’s COVID-19 response team will hold a briefing on Wednesday due to the recent increase in new cases of the virus.
COVID-19-related deaths have remained at levels not seen since March 2020, but the number of cases has increased in the United States for the first time in months.
On Wednesday, the United States recorded 46,000 new COVID-19 cases. This is the most reported day since the beginning of May.
by Centers for Disease Control and PreventionIn the United States, the 7-day daily moving average has increased from the June 27 daily average of 9,000 to the current daily average of about 38,000.
Due to the surge in incidents, health departments in some areas have re-enacted mask obligations in hopes of preventing the spread of dangerous delta mutants.
According to the CDC and the White House’s Supreme Health Authority, vaccinated Americans are well protected from delta mutations and are comfortable without masks or social distance unless otherwise instructed by the local health department. You should be able to spend time at.
However, the CDC states that delta mutations pose a significant risk to Americans who have not been fully vaccinated with COVID-19. Experts say that delta variants are 50% more contagious than beta variants first detected in the UK in late 2020.
Health experts fear that as delta variants continue to spread, virus-related hospitalizations and mortality can surge in low-vaccinated communities.
by NBC NewsIn states such as Arkansas, Missouri, and Florida, case rates have skyrocketed in recent weeks.
According to the CDC, vaccination is the best way to combat the epidemic of delta variants. Currently, 68% of adults are vaccinated at least partially, Bloomberg The United States currently administers only an average of 519,000 vaccines per day, down from an average of 3.3 million per day in April.
The White House COVID-19 team will brief the country on Thursday at 11:00 am.
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