The United States has an officially higher coronavirus death rate than Brazil and India.
More than 700,000 people in the United States have fallen victim to Govt-19 since the outbreak, according to Johns Hopkins University on Friday, October 1, equivalent to the population of the capital, Washington. This gloomy course reminds us that despite the vaccine campaign, hundreds of Americans still die from the corona virus every day.
The United States is officially the country with the highest number of corona virus deaths, according to information exchanged by officials around the world than in Brazil and India. Throwing a stone from the White House, hundreds of thousands of small white flags pay homage to these cut lives.
People who have not been vaccinated are still infected. They are still plentiful in the United States: the vaccine campaign, which began most rapidly by U.S. officials in December – and peaked in April, sometimes drastically reduced to more than four million injections a day. Health officials say 64% or 215 million people in the U.S. population have received at least one dose of one of the three vaccines licensed in the country.
Despite a slow start in their vaccination campaigns, many European countries are now largely ahead of the United States. Masking and vaccinating are political issues that divide many Americans. Some Republican governors, such as Texas or Florida, wanted to introduce restrictions on the mandatory wearing of masks in their states, defending sacred individual liberties. In contrast, the Democratic state of California on Friday announced a program to make vaccination compulsory for all eligible students, which is unprecedented in the country.
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