The Vaccine Reaction

The number of people in the United States, who are testing positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus or are being counted as coronavirus cases, as well as hospitalizations and deaths attributed to COVID-19 symptoms, has been steadily declining since the end of April 2021. According to a CNBS analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University, as of May 1, the seven-day daily average of new SARS-CoV-2 infections had fallen below 50,000—down 17 percent from the previous week.1 2 3

An analysis by Reuters of state and county data for the week ending on Apr. 25 found that new SARS-CoV-2 infections had dropped by 16 percent in the previous week to a daily average of 58,429, compared to the nearly 70,000 new daily cases of the virus reported during the week ending on Apr. 18 and 70,040 new daily cases during the week ending Apr. 12.4 5


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