# Roommates, although the news hasn’t been the best for the Delta variant of the Covid-1 of over the past few months, there seems to be some good news on the horizon. According to a recent report by medical experts, covid-1 pe has reached a peak in the United States, as the rate of new cases has begun to decline which has not been seen since the beginning of summer.
BC NBC News reports that in the last seven days, the number of new cases of Covid-1 of has dropped dramatically less than last seen on June 2. This latest update from medical experts is promising news that many have been waiting for since the Delta variant became influential a few months ago. According to the latest data from various medical experts, the Covid-1 case reached its all-time high with 1-September 1 COVID, 8007, but since then, new cases have been gradually declining across the country. Based on Johns Hopkins’ new estimates, as shown from recent estimates, the Covid-1 cases are expected to continue nationally until at least January 2022.
Speaking about the recent Covid-1 drop drop rate, Shawn Truellov, an assistant scientist at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, said: “There is a good deal that we are at the highest level in the national arena. There is quite a bit of variability between states, but overall, it seems we are at or near the peak of this thing. Quickly dropping any new changes to the virus, that’s the direction we’re going – downhill.
Additionally, while selected hospitals with lower vaccination rates should still be on high alert, overall hospital admissions across the country have also declined, according to new data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC further reports that more than half of Americans are fully vaccinated, which translates to 182 million people and 55% of the U.S. population.
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