The number of coronavirus cases and deaths in the United States is increasing
The number of coronaviruscases and deaths in the United States is increasing.
The number of deaths from COVID-19, including new cases in the United States, has risen again to the same levels as it did last winter. until it negates the progress over the past few months. It underscores President Joe Biden's argument that rules are needed to force more Americans to be vaccinated.
On September 15 The number of cases in the United States rose to 115,726, while the death toll stood at 1,814, the highest in the world. And it's the only country that has died from COVID-19. Up to thousands in a day
Many infections and deaths are primarily caused by mutated delta viruses. Combine that with the anti-vaccination of some Americans, especially in the southern part of the country. In addition, the number of times to go for vaccinations is also reduced. Have students return to school as usual and relax strict mask control measures.
The crisis at some hospitals handling seriously ill COVID-19 patients has made the situation similar to what happened during the peak outbreak in January.
Hospitals in Washington and Utah had to cancel surgery. in Kentucky and Alabama are severely shortage of medical personnel in Tennessee There is a shortage of beds for patients, and in Texas there are too many ICUs.
The recent decline in vaccination volumes has left healthcare workers angry and despairing. Because they realize that is the best way to prevent them. While many people who die and are hospitalized will be the ones who are not vaccinated.
The AP news agency reported the number of deaths from COVID-19. The average U.S. now has more than 1,800, with 170,000 new cases per day, the highest equivalent to late January and early March. That number has been rising over the past two weeks.