COVID-19 is attacking even the most vaccinated US states
Intensive care units in hospitals are full and staff numbers are decreasing
Washington: Although there is one vaccination rate against The highest rate of COVID-19 in the United States, New England states are afflicted by the ravages of the contagious delta variant.
Intensive care units in area hospitals are filling up and staffing is starting to drop. The authorities are appealing to the unvaccinated to get the shot. Doctors are unable to cure other diseases, because they devote almost all of their time to this epidemic.
Michael Pesiak, commissioner of the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation, who is responsible for gathering statistics from COVID-19 for that country.
“We want children to be able to go to school, we want parents to be calm and not worry about their children’s education and their children’s health,” he added.
New England is seeing record numbers of infections, hospitalizations, and deaths compared to the pre-vaccine era, and most of them are among the unvaccinated. However, it has not been affected by the influence that the delta has had in other parts of the country.
The five most polluted states in America are all in New England: Vermont ranked first, followed by Connecticut, Maine, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. New Hampshire is in tenth place.
Vaccination rates range from 69.4% in Vermont to 61.5% in New Hampshire, according to data compiled by the Associated Press.
Despite a relatively high vaccination rate—the average vaccination rate in the United States overall is 55.5%—there are hundreds of thousands of people across the region who, for one reason or another, continue to be vaccinated.
A Rhode Island official has stated that, at this point, he no longer believes the 70% vaccination target is sufficient.
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