Covid-19 infections increase again in America after three months, cases doubled in last few weeks
The cases of Covid-19 infection in America have registered an increase once again after the decline of the last three months. The number of new cases per day is doubling during the last three weeks. The delta variant is emerging as the main cause of infection.
The cases of Covid-19 infection in America have registered an increase once again after the decline of the last three months. The number of new cases per day is doubling during the last three weeks. In new cases of corona, the highly contagious delta variant is emerging as the main cause of infection.
Increase in infections due to delta variants
According to Johns Hopkins University data, the total cases of corona infection reached 23 thousand 600 on Monday, which was about 11 thousand 300 on June 23. At this time in many parts of the country against deep vaccine resistance are going on. Whereas the highly contagious variant of the coronavirus is currently responsible for a large part of the infection.
Increased infection due to less vaccination
Nationally, 55.6 percent of all Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. At the same time, there has been talk of a decrease in the rate of vaccination in the five states that have made the biggest jump in per capita cases in two weeks. According to the data, 45.9 percent in Missouri; 43 percent in Arkansas; 50.9 percent in Nevada; In Louisiana 39.2 percent and in Utah 49.5 percent have been vaccinated.
No increase in death toll
Even with the latest boom in the country, the U.S. Cases in the U.S. are not even near their peak of a quarter million per day in January. At the same time, there are less than 260 deaths per day on an average after the number of more than 3,400 in the winter season. This proves that the vaccine can effectively prevent serious disease and death in those who are infected.
Appeal to people to wear masks
However, due to the increase in infection cases, health officials in places such as Los Angeles County and St. Louis are urging people who have received the vaccine to wear masks in public places. At the same time, Chicago officials announced on Tuesday that travelers arriving from Missouri and Arkansas who have not yet been vaccinated, should quarantine for 10 days, then show negative reports of Covid-19. Meanwhile, the Department of Health in Mississippi, which ranks last nationally for vaccination. It has started blocking posts about COVID-19 on its Facebook page due to misinformation about the virus and vaccine.