Among the P.1 coronavirus mutation cases detected in the United States, Massachusetts currently accounts for about a quarter, surpassing the 55 cases in Florida, of which 58 cases.According to data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Bay State is currently the highest in the state
A data review conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University’s extensive research institutes found a sudden increase in various cases in the Cape Cod cluster. The state announced the first case of the P.1 variant on March 16. The variant was originally found in Brazil and spread more easily than the original strain, and said it was found in a 30-year-old woman in Barnstable County. She tested positive for the virus for the first time in late February, when officials stated that there was no information about her travel history or illness.
Like elsewhere in the United States, new cases are caused by people younger than previously recorded. In the past two weeks, there were 6,401
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Officials previously attributed this trend to the high vaccination rate among the elderly, while the young population is on the verge of passing or has not yet received the first shot. Although several trials are ongoing, young people under the age of 16 have not seen an approved COVID-19 vaccine.
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In Massachusetts, the Yarmouth Town Health Supervisor Bruce Murphy (Bruce Murphy) said the spread is at least partly due to “coronavirus fatigue.”
Murphy told the Cape Cod Times: “They are a bit indulgent of their vigilance.” He added that contract tracers have spread due to carpooling, dinner parties and overnight stays. Due to the surge, he told the news media that there should be more vaccines for the hot spot in Cape Cod.
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At least 712 cases of the B.1.1.7 variant have also been found in Massachusetts, initially found in the UK