More than 38,000 Americans die of COVID-19 in the first two weeks of the new year.
Another 92,000 people die from the virus are expected over the next three weeks, according to the group’s forecasts published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The numbers are alarming and reflect what public health experts have warned over and over again: While the end is in sight – with the help of ongoing COVID-19 vaccinations, the country still faces a period. Challenging
More than 130,300 people have been hospitalized for the virus, according to the COVID Monitoring Program.
in Pennsylvania Officials said the number of hospital admissions was on the verge of doubling in the spring. Louisiana The governor said earlier this week that the state had been infected and was hospitalized and in ArizonaOfficials reported record high numbers of COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU on Tuesday.
Hundreds of thousands of new cases are added to the country every day, with the United States adding more than 3 million new cases since the beginning of this month.
in Los angeles countyAbout a third of residents have been infected with the virus since the outbreak, according to information published by district officials. They said the outbreak was increasing in workplaces as well as schools and nurseries.
On the other leaders’ warnings, LA officials added that they “The effects of transmission for Christmas to New Year’s have not been fully seen.”
And now everyone is turning their attention to the nation’s capital before the inauguration date. Washington DC Never higher There are now an average of more than 320 new cases every day – an approximate 38% increase from the previous week.DC has reported more than 32,600 cases of Covid-19 since the outbreak began, with about 10% added. Coming in in 2021
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