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With 57% of Americans fully vaccinated, 3% of Americans have received an additional dose either because they have a weak immune system, or they were approved for a booster shot.
Data shows just how different the Delta variant impacted the US than earlier strains of COVID-19.
Thirty-seven percent of the population has yet to receive a dose.
Seventeen states including Washington, DC are requiring indoor mask-wearing in K-12 schools for the fall semester
Heart disease and cancer are the top two causes of death in 2021 so far.
Since late June, 3% or more of the populations in Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi, and Arkansas have tested positive for the virus.
States control vaccine mandates for school students. Some vaccines are required nationwide.
About 15% of renters could not pay rent in July. The CDC is expanding its eviction moratorium into October.
As of August 17, 617,997 people have died due to COVID-19. Since the pandemic began, one in every 532 Americans has died of COVID-19.
COVID-19 was the biggest factor in the drop.
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