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    As winter approaches, US Covid metrics reverse the trend

    As winter approached, the two Covid indicators began to show the opposite trend in the United States.

    The number of Covid cases in recent weeks has been on the rise and has been declining since the beginning of autumn.

    According to the latest data compiled by the New York Times, the weekly average of Covid cases increased by 29% in two weeks to 93,689.

    After a consistent decline in the number of people hospitalized in the United States for several months coronavirus Infectious diseases, Covid hospitalization is moving in the opposite direction.

    The average 7-day hospitalization by Covid increased by 6% over the two weeks to 50,113.

    As a sign of reassurance, the number of Covid deaths reported in the range of about 2000 per day has dropped significantly.

    The number of deaths from pandemics decreased by 9% in two weeks. The current weekly average of 1,113 deaths.

    According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University, 28719 new cases were reported on Sunday, increasing the total number of Covid infections in the country to 47,731,237.

    The 105 deaths reported on the same day killed 771,118 people nationwide.

    New York reported the most cases (8805) and COVID-related deaths (33).

    The low Sunday metric is, in principle, due to the delay in reporting on holidays.

    So far, 38,463,041 people have recovered from the country’s illness.

    According to the latest data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 196,284,442 people in the United States, or 59.1% of the population, are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. This includes 86.3 percent of people over the age of 65.

    230,298,744 people, or 69.4% of the population, receive at least one dose.

    So far, 35,393,770 vaccinations have been given nationwide.

    To date, 35,393,770 people have been boosted, accounting for 18 percent of the population.

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