Latest News US Covide Hospitals dropped to less than 50,000 for the first time in three months.

For the first time in three months, the number of USCV-19 hospitals has dropped to less than 50,000, a sign that the country is grappling with the latest outbreak.

According to the Financial Times, released by the US Department of Health and Human Services, 49,710 patients are being treated in CVD-19 in US hospitals.

This is the first time since July 30 that there have been fewer than 50,000 hospitals. This shows more than half of the drop between the end of August and the beginning of September, which reached more than 103,000 following the Covenant-19 summer storm.

Just a few days before the end of October, there are signs that the United States is in a better position than it was 12 months ago. At this time last year, as the number of cholera cases in the Middle West increased – expecting a deadly winter storm – hovering around 53,000 hospitals.

More than 419 million doses of the vaccine have been given in the US since the release in December 2020, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday. About 58 percent of the American population is fully vaccinated.

Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Maine are the four states that have more than 70 percent of the population. Thirteen states have not reached the point where at least 50 percent of their population is fully immunized.

According to CDC data, the US last week reported an average of 68,200 new CVD-19 cases per day. This is an increase of 58 percent from the summer peak of more than 161,900 a day in early September, compared to 78,200 at the end of October last year.

Last week, the U.S. averaged 1,086 deaths a day, down from 1,857 a day in mid-September. By the end of October last year, the death toll had risen to nearly 900.

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