According to Johns Hopkins University figures, the United States has surpassed 1,000,000 people from Covid-1, leaving the world’s worst-hit country with 15 percent of the world’s deaths.
The country’s capital, Washington, D.C., is roughly equivalent to the population – a country that reached an average of more than 1,000 deaths a day by the end of Friday, with 55.7 percent of the population now fully vaccinated at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The last 100,000 deaths occurred when vaccines for Americans over the age of 12 prevented deaths, hospitalization, and serious illness.
After widespread criticism of the initial response to the epidemic, the United States is organizing effective vaccine rollouts with more than four million injections per day.
However, the campaign has slowed a lot because a significant portion of U.S. citizens are still refusing to get shots like the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus and the death toll has dropped from 600,000 to 700,000 in half a month.
The state of Florida has suffered the most deaths of any state in that period, with the virus killing nearly 17,000 residents since mid-June. Texas was second with 13,000 deaths. The two states account for 15 percent of the country’s population, but the country has more than the percentages since the death of more than one percent.
Dr. David Dowdy, an infectious disease epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, who analyzed the state data reported to the public, said it was safe to say that at least 70,000 of the last 100,000 deaths were among vaccinated people. And among those vaccinated who died with the groundbreaking infection, most caught the virus from an unvaccinated person, he said.
The Associated Press news agency quoted Dowdy as saying, “If we had been more effective in vaccinating us, I think it’s fair to say, we could have prevented 90 percent of deaths.”
Coronavirus misinformation has spread widely and masking remains a political problem, which has divided many in the country.
Some Republican governors, such as Texas and Florida, have tried to ban mandatory masking in their states, citing individual freedoms.
The Democratic state of California, on the other hand, announced Friday that the Covid-1 vaccine would be mandatory for all students.
Governor Gavin News said the move would make California the first state in the country.
In Washington, not far from the White House, thousands of white flags are flying over the grass at the National Mall, reminding those who have died in Covid-1 of the country.
According to Johns Hopkins University, about 8. million people have died worldwide since the outbreak was first identified in China in December 2011.