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COVID-19 Deaths: Who's Still At Risk?

The virus is taking the lives of more people than ever before, with the U.S. reporting over 2,000 deaths every day in the past month. Data shows that the only other time death rates were this high dates back from the time vaccines were still unavailable. Experts have analyzed this data to reveal the demographics and characteristics of people dying of COVID-19.

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UK COVID-19 Data Reveals Facts About Long COVID

The United Kingdom’s Office of National Statistics (ONS) has released the nation’s COVID-19 data, which sheds more light on the long COVID phenomenon. 1.33 million people who were previously infected with COVID-19 reported lingering symptoms at least a year after infection. This accounts for roughly 2.1% of the U.K.’s population, with 1 in 48 people experiencing long COVID.

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California Reveals Plans for Living With COVID-19
The State of California has always had forward-thinking governance, pioneering innovative efforts to fight COVID-19. While other States resume or drop mask mandates and are implementing strategies to curb the spread of COVID-19, California is the first to take an endemic approach that scraps mandates and instead puts focus on prevention and reaction.
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U.S. To Relax COVID-19 Mandates as Cases Decline

With changes in Omicron’s impact also comes adjustments on current COVID-19 health and safety protocols. According to Fauci, the U.S. is gearing up to relax currently mandated rules and restrictions implemented to prevent Omicron’s further spread. 

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COVID-19 Death Rates in Low-Vaccination States On the Rise

In the last six weeks, the United States has recorded over 100,000 deaths due to COVID-19. The States of Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee have the largest contributions to current death rates and are coincidentally the lowest vaccination States. 

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