After the FDA and CDC canceled the suspension order due to thrombosis, a man started vaccinating at the COVID-19 vaccination site supported by Valencia State University FEMA, which resumed the first day of providing Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
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According to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Covid vaccination rate in the United States has continued to decline in recent days, because it is reported that the average number of injections per day for 7 days fell to 2.7 million on Monday. This is the lowest level since late March.
Daily vaccinations rose for several weeks, reaching an average of nearly 3.4 million on April 1
At the same time, the number of daily cases in the United States is declining. Since March 25, the average number of new infections per day for the 7 days last Friday fell to less than 60,000 on Friday.
CDC data shows that in the past 7 days, the United States reported an average of 2.7 million photos per day, and this level has been on a downward trend.
On Friday, the US health regulator lifted the suspension of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine use, and the third vaccine option may help speed up the pace of vaccine introduction.
So far, Johnson & Johnson vaccine has only accounted for less than 4% of the total dose of 231 million vaccines in the United States, but facts have proved that Johnson & Johnson vaccine is particularly useful in certain communities where it is difficult to access vaccination sites multiple times. When it reached its highest level in mid-April before the suspension, the J&J vaccine reported an average of 425,000 injections per day.
White House Covid data director Cyrus Shahpar said in a tweet on Monday that using Johnson & Johnson’s lenses would take several days to appear in the CDC report.
Proportion of U.S. population vaccinated
According to the CDC, more than 40% of Americans have received the Covid vaccine at least once, and nearly 30% of the population has been fully vaccinated.
Among people 65 years of age and older, at least partial vaccination rate is 82%, and the full vaccination rate is two-thirds.
In eight states-New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, Hawaii and New Mexico-more than 50% of residents received at least one shot.
U.S. Covid Case
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, in the past week, an average of 58,100 new infections were reported every day in the United States, a 14% decrease from a week ago.
Although the number of daily cases per capita in Michigan continues to be higher than in any other state, there are signs of improvement. The state has an average of approximately 5,400 cases per day, which is lower than the latest peak in mid-April (approximately 7,900 cases per day).
Covid death in the U.S.
According to data from Hopkins University, as of Sunday, the average death toll from Covid in the United States was 706 seven days a day. Since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 572,000 people have been reported to have died from the virus.