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Data from John Hopkins Shows Lesser Cases in the United States

According to data provided by Johns Hopkins University, the United States has reported an average of 14,500 daily infections over the past week, with average daily cases remaining below 15,000 for three days in a row. According to a seven-day standard of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, about 960,000 vaccines are reported administered each day across the country. Moreover, half of Americans have had at least one vaccine dosage, and 42% have been fully immunized.

According to Johns Hopkins data, the United States has reported an average of 14,410 new infections daily over the past week, a level not seen since the pandemic’s early days. According to a CNBC review of Hopkins data, average daily case numbers have dropped by 5% or more in 44 states in the last week. According to CDC data, almost 960,000 vaccines were administered in the United States on average over the previous week.Gottlieb said, “Vaccination rates are going to fall off quite sharply in July and August. The bottom line is, people who haven’t been vaccinated at this point are more marginal customers for vaccination.”

Over the last three days, the statistic has fluctuated between 900,000 and 1.1 million and is down 27% from a week ago. Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former head of the Food and Drug Administration, said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Monday that he expects vaccination rates will drop much more. According to Gottlieb, vaccinations may rise again as Americans prepare to return to work and school in the fall.According to CDC data, over 52 percent of the population has had at least one vaccination, and 42 percent has been fully immunized.

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