Govt-19: Rise of new epidemics in the United States

The United States is experiencing a significant increase in new COVID-19 infections, especially in areas where the population is less vaccinated.

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Last week, there was a 60% increase across the country. 45 out of 50 states have increased by at least 10% in the past week.

Of that number, public health leaders in 34 states are on the rise in more than 50% of cases. Of all the U.S. states, South Dakota, Iowa and Maine saw a decline in new epidemics.

Hospital admissions and deaths have increased after several weeks of falls.

This problem is partly explained by the fact that the number of vaccines has dropped by 47% in the last week.

“Infections are unfortunately found in areas where people are poorly vaccinated,” explains Dr. Vivek Murthy.

Yet in our neighboring countries in the south, less than half of the population is doubled vaccinated.

“The epidemic is now triggered by the untreated, and this needs to be clearly understood,” says Dr. Chris Burnell.

99% of deaths in the United States are from unvaccinated people.

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