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The percentage of people working from home tripled between 2019 and 2021, while housing got more expensive relative to income.
The death rate for incarcerated people in state and federal prisons from COVID-19 was 20% higher than for the average American.
COVID-19 accounted for half of the decrease in life expectancy.
21.2 million Americans received their second booster by the end of July.
While non-Hispanic white people accounted for nearly two-thirds of all deaths nationwide, the non-Hispanic Native American and Black populations died at disproportionately higher rates.
Government data shows how COVID-19 intersected with everything from the economy to how people watch television.
Visualize how the demographics and geography of COVID-19 deaths have shifted throughout the pandemic.
States control vaccine mandates for school students. Some vaccines are required nationwide.
Cases aren’t the only data point that help people understand the current state of the pandemic.
Preliminary data shows that eviction filings increased in cities that did not have housing protections in place after the federal moratorium was lifted.
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