With more than a third of the month remaining, the United States has already reported thousands more deaths in September than in August.
As of Saturday, 32,526 people had died in the country in September, compared to 27,612 in all of August. Data analysis from Johns Hopkins University found that with an average of about 2,000 deaths per day, the United States is on track to match the total number of deaths in July and August within a few days.
September is going to be the deadliest month since February.
West Virginia alone reported 286 deaths already in September, more than double the 138 published in August. Hawaii has already reported 113 deaths in September, compared to 52 in August.
The number of deaths has risen since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report on 99.4% of all Covid-1 cases in the United States due to hyper-infectious delta variants. The diversity has grown abruptly across the country, forcing some hospitals to limit the number of pediatric infections as well as care, since the onset of the epidemic.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, about 0% of children across the country had covid infection in the week ending Sep in September.
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-For the first time in its recorded history, the state of Alabama has recorded more deaths than births in one year, and state health officials are blaming the 2020 population contraction for Covid-1 to. The total number of deaths in the state last year was 7,114 and the total number of births was 5,641.
Ris Chris Rock has tested positive for COVID-19, the comedian announced Sunday. Rock, 56, had previously received the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine, he told Jimmy Fallon in May.
– The UN General Assembly is relying on a vaccine honoring system before world leaders speak at next week’s meeting. The President, Prime Minister, King and other dignitaries do not have to show vaccination cards or other evidence of vaccination.
সংখ্যা Today’s numberAccording to Johns Hopkins University, more than 42 million confirmed Covid-1 cases and more than 673,000 deaths have been recorded in the United States. Worldwide: More than 228 million cases and 4.6 million deaths. According to the CDC, more than 181 million Americans – 54% of the population – have been fully vaccinated.
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Seth Rosen jokes about the Covid-1 prot protocol in crowded emirates
Semi-Rosen made headlines when she presented an award to Amy after taking some jabs at a Covid-1 prot protocol on Sunday night.
“They said it was outside. It’s not. They lied to us. We’re in a hermetically sealed tent right now. I wouldn’t have come here,” Rosen said.
He took issue with the spacing of the guests – “we have a lot of people in this small room” – but also with the ceiling in the tent which Amy organizers said would “allow more socially distant visitors to sit.”
“It’s more important that we have three chandeliers than we’re sure we won’t kill Eugene Levy tonight. That’s the decision,” Rosen said.
Emmys host Cedric The Entertainer offered a quick pushback.
“Contrary to what Seth (Rosen) was saying, it looks really amazing. It looks good. We’re all waxed. We had to be waxed to get here. Dude, I got Pfizer because I’m a boogie.”
– Bill Cavani
The government has overtaken Mississippi’s high coveted mortality rate on Reeves CNN
On Sunday morning, on CNN’s State of the Union page, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves tried his best to avoid questions about the state’s high Covid-1 mortality rate, instead using the platform for workers who need President Joe Biden’s Covid-1 vaccine for Americans.
Mississippi has the highest per capita Kovid-1 death rate in the country, surpassing New Jersey last weekend.
Reeves said, “Unfortunately the death toll is an indicator of a setback when it comes to the virus … He added that he expects the death rate to rise elsewhere as the Delta variant catches up.
State of the Union host Jake Tapper asked Reeves if there were any plans to change how the state responds to Covid-1 to, local reporters asked Reeves for months, to which he often replied with some version of “no.” Give.
“So, with due respect, Governor, your path is failing,” Tapper said. Read more here.
– Lee and Sunderlin, Mississippi Clarion-Laser
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