The most affected states are mainly republican states, where vaccine suspicion is widespread.
Special Envoy to Washington
“An epidemic , In the words of Rochelle Valensky, President of the CDC Center for Disease Control and Prevention. While the United States believes it can see the end of the tunnel after months of fierce fighting against a virus that has killed more than 609,000 people, this is exactly what studies in the United States have revealed over the past few weeks. As the rapid spread of delta variation is confirmed, the clear rise of Kovit’s new phenomena is visible everywhere. As of July 20, official figures show 37,975 new cases per day, an increase of 195% in fifteen days, resulting in 25,295 hospitalizations per day and 249 deaths per day (+ 42% in the same 15 days).
However, despite the fact that 49% of the United States is fully vaccinated (and 60% of adults), a resurgence of the virus has affected some states in the Midwest, South and West, Arkansas, Missouri, Florida and Louisiana.
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