In the United States, more than 147 million people had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by Sunday morning. As reported, only 0.007 percent. fully vaccinated people contracted the coronavirus. Authorities, however, are concerned about the fact that not everyone is coming back for a second dose.
In the United States, 147,047,012 people had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by Sunday morning. 104,774,652 Americans were fully implicated, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.
The two-dose preparations were from Moderna and Pfizer, and requiring only one dose from Johnson & Johnson. 7,801,659 doses of vaccines were delivered to residents of long-term care facilities.
Two weeks ago, CDC chief Rochelle Walensky announced that only six thousand of the 84 million fully vaccinated Americans had contracted the virus. This is 0.007 percent. people who were given the preparation.
According to CBC, the average daily percentage of coronavirus cases in the US fell by 16%. This has led to a reduction in pandemic restrictions in some states.
“There was no hiding enthusiasm when Disneyland California reopened on Friday more than 400 days after it closed. Some people stood in line as early as 2:30 am,” CBC noted.
As the station specified, Disneyland can only be visited by residents of California for the time being. The admissible number of visitors is reduced to 25%. normal pre-pandemic state. Tickets must be purchased online in advance.
The Churchill Downs horse racing complex has opened unlimitedly in Kentucky. In Michigan, bars and restaurants can offer customers 65 percent. places. CBS emphasizes that the local authorities use the carrot and stick method. The higher the vaccination rate, the greater the mitigation of restrictions.
The media also notes that fewer people are being vaccinated recently. For example, in Arkansas, which is one of more than 10 states that do not order all the doses of vaccines available, just over a third of the population has received at least one dose of the vaccine. This is well below the national rate of 43%.
Meanwhile, experts are concerned that not all Americans who have received the first dose of Moderna or Pfizer are seeking the required second.
“Get vaccinated, and if you have a two-dose preparation, make sure you get a second dose,” appealed Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and US President’s Chief Medical Advisor.