Ross Bagne was a 68-year-old Cheyenne, Wyoming small-business owner. He had the option of getting the COVID-19 vaccine in early February, but he declined. He was infected with the virus. After spending more than three weeks in the hospital with coronavirus, he died on June 4.
Vaccine-unvaccinated people account for nearly all COVID-19 Deaths in the United States. This, according to experts, demonstrates the immunizations’ effectiveness. The number of fatalities reported daily is below 300. However, the most recent data suggests that if everyone eligible were vaccinated, there would be nearly no Deaths.
Deaths in the United States have decreased from a high of over 3,400 per day in mid-January. After only one month of immunization availability, that milestone was reached. According to the CDC, nearly 63 percent of all Americans 12 and older eligible for the vaccine have received at least one dose. It is believed that 53% of people have received all of their vaccines. The United States, unlike much of the rest of the world, now has a considerable vaccination supply. There is a vaccination oversupply because demand for doses has decreased.