The speed of recent COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations all fell now, using the nation’s daily situation average reaching the cheapest figure observed in nearly five several weeks, based on the CDC’s COVID-19 data tracker weekly review printed Sept. 23.
1. By Sept. 21, the country’s seven-day situation average was 54,186, a ten.6 % decrease in the previous week’s average. This marks the ninth week of decline and also the cheapest daily situation rate seen since late April, CDC data shows.
2. By Sept. 22, 7 % of counties, districts or territories had high COVID-19 community levels, a 6.3 percentage point decrease in the week prior.
3. Another 31.2 percent had medium community levels, and 61.7 % had low community levels.
4. The seven-day hospitalization average for Sept. 14-20 was 3,971, a 9.9 % decrease in the previous week’s average.
5. The present seven-day dying average is 347, lower 12.2 percent in the previous week’s average. Some historic deaths happen to be excluded from all of these counts, the CDC stated.
6. By Sept. 21, about 263.4 million people — 79.five percent from the U.S. population — have obtained a minumum of one dose from the COVID-19 vaccine, and most 225 million people, or 67.8 percent of people, have obtained both doses.
7. About 109.six million additional or booster doses in fully vaccinated individuals have been reported. However, 49.9 % of individuals qualified for any booster dose haven’t yet become one, the CDC stated.
8. According to projections for that week ending Sept. 24, the CDC estimates the omicron subvariant BA.5 makes up about 83.1 % of U.S. COVID-19 cases. BA.4.6 makes up about 11.9 % of cases, while BA.4 and BA.2.75 each take into account 1.4 % of cases. Other omicron subvariants from the rest.