US shows highest rate of deaths from Covid-19 in 11 months | News
In the last seven days, the United States shows an average of 2,367 deaths from Covid-19, which represents the highest figure since February 2021, when it registered an average of 2,530 deaths in the week of February 18 to 24.
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The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Rochelle Walensky revealed the number of infections in the United States due to the expansion of the Omicron variant is five times higher compared to the peak caused for the delta strain.
Likewise, Walensky highlighted that the number of hospitalizations has also been higher, however "the proportion of hospitalizations and deaths per case is lower than previous peaks," he asserted.
“The Omicron variant appears less severe, but the overall burden of the disease remains high. It is vital that we all remain vigilant in the face of this virus”, added the official while calling on the population to get vaccinated and wear a mask as the main ways to avoid contagion, and the most acute expressions of the disease.
Regarding mortality related to inoculation status, data show that 9.74 percent of unvaccinated people in the US have died.
This figure is contrasted with the fact that 0.71 percent of people vaccinated without receiving a booster dose die from causes associated with the disease; and only 0.1 percent of those fully immunized with booster doses die.
About 63 percent of Americans have been fully inoculated with an anticovid drug, while more than 25 percent have received the booster regimen.
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