Rate New cases of Covid-19 Declining in the United States, where fewer than 60,000 daily cases on average were reported in the past seven days for the first time in more than a month, While the experts highlighted the impact of vaccines.
Data file Centers for Disease Control and Prevention The (CDC) showed that as of April 24, the moving average was 57123 Covid-19 cases, And that the small increase recorded in a month has already ended.
This occurs when the number of people vaccinated continues to increase, despite the lower rate due to lower demand in the country.
Nearly 140 million people have so far received at least one dose of the vaccine, Which equates to 42% of the total population of the United States.
Ashish Jha Dean Brown University School of Public HealthHe wrote on his Twitter account that he thinks the decline this time will be permanent, because in mid-March, when the last slight increase started [de contagios] 21% of the population was vaccinated, in contrast, “on the other hand, today we are weak.”
He wrote, 42% with one injection is not “sufficient” to reverse the situation, but added: “42% is close to the number where we should see a steady decrease in infections.” In Israel, 45% of the population has been fully immunizedThe number of cases has started to decrease. “
However, experts are concerned about the vaccination rate, which peaked earlier this month at an average of more than 3 million doses per day, but has now decreased to 2.6 million per day.
Many people who have wanted to get the vaccine have already done so, but there are still some access issues, especially among communities of people of color. Moreover, doubts about the effectiveness of vaccines remain high among some, particularly those politically conservative.
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