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The U.S. hospitalizations fall short of expectations, as Covid-19 rates eclipse Delta’s spike on a daily basis

daily Covid-19 cases detected has surpassed

The rate of daily Covid-19 cases detected has surpassed those caused by the Delta variant over the summer. It is because the extremely contagious Omicron coronavirus variant continues to spread across the US this Christmas season. Despite the fact that Covid-19 hospitalizations are down from the year’s start, the issue might deteriorate as tens of millions of Americans remain unvaccinated.

The Omicron variant, according to health and government officials, threatens to overrun hospitals and health care employees. According to data from the US Department of Health and Human Services, 69,000 and more Americans were hospitalised with Covid-19 on the Christmas Eve. Also, the HHS data stated that there has been a 10% increase in Covid-19 hospitalizations in 12 U.S. states in the last week compared to the prior week.

According to Johns Hopkins University, this week saw a 48 percent spike in Covid-19 instances compared to the previous week, bringing the US average for new daily cases to 182,682. The fact that case counts have surpassed those seen during the summer spike is a worrying sign of Omicron’s expansion, as it has fast become the most common variation in the United States this week.

For further details on CNN, click here; https://edition.cnn.com/2021/12/25/health/us-coronavirus-saturday/index.html

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