About 57% of American adults take at least one dose of immunosuppressant. In contrast, 42% of those 18 years of age and older have already been fully vaccinated.
In the United States, more than 250 million people have been vaccinated against the coronavirus virus, two weeks after President Joe Biden promised to cross the 200-mile mark in the country.
This means that approximately 57 percent of American adults have received at least one dose of immunizations, while 42 percent of those over the age of 18 are already fully vaccinated.
The number of people without immunizations increases to 70% in people over the age of 65, while 83% of this group received the first injection.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC for its acronym), approximately 252 million doses were administered. In particular, almost 109 million have already received the complete vaccination schedule in the United States, which has a population of 330 million inhabitants.
In the North American country, the vaccines of the pharmaceutical companies Moderna and Pfizer are being used and that of Johnson & Johnson. However, the latter is paused for the moment to study possible side effects.
This Wednesday, the United States government announced its support for the global release of patents for COVID-19 vaccines. It indicated that it would negotiate the terms of this transfer before the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Although corporate intellectual property rights are important, Washington supports their exemption from the protection of 19 vaccines.
He added that this is a global health crisis, and the extraordinary epidemics of the Covid 19 epidemic have required extraordinary measures.
On the other hand, the number of confirmed cases of SARS-Co-2 coronavirus reached 32,601,576 on Thursday and 580,025 deaths from Code 19 disease, according to an independent count from Johns Hopkins University.
This balance at 20.00 local time (00.00 GMT on Friday) is 776 deaths more than on Wednesday and 46,080 new infections.
California is now the worst-hit state by the pandemic with 62,137 deaths, followed by New York (52,572), Texas (50,527), Florida (35,549), Pennsylvania (26,410), New Jersey (25,740), and Illinois (24,483).
This balance passes 776 deaths and 46,080 new infections on Wednesday at 20.00 local time (Friday 00.00 GMT).
California now has the epidemic with 62,137 deaths, followed by New York (52,572), Texas (50,527), Florida (35,549), Pennsylvania (26,410), and New Jersey (25). , 740), and Illinois (24,483).
Other states include Georgia (20,294), Ohio (19,344), Michigan (19,223), Massachusetts (17,663), or Arizona (17,367).
California ranks third with 3,751,782, followed by Texas at 2,909,076, Florida at 2,258,433, and New York at 2,064,530.
The number of temporary deaths is well above the White House's initial estimate of -580,025, with the best cases reported between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths due to epidemics. Are
US President Joe Biden has predicted that a total of more than 600,000 people will die from the virus in the country.
For its part, the Institute for Health Metrics and Assessment (IHME) at the University of Washington, whose epidemiological disease evolutionary prediction models are often compiled by the White House, estimates that by August 1, Approximately 6,000,000 people would have died.