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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.
USAFacts provides its own data-driven State of the Union in Numbers so Americans can decide for themselves how the country is doing.
Many vaccinated Americans have become infected with COVID-19, especially during the Omicron surge. But vaccination has made hospitalization much rarer.
COVID-19 remained the third-leading underlying cause of death in the US.
So far, cases are higher while deaths and hospitalizations are lower than after Thanksgiving 2020. But those trends vary throughout the country.
As of January 10, case counts were double the record and hospitalizations were 4% over the previous high.
More people tested positive and died of COVID-19 than in 2020. Demographic and geographic trends also shifted in the last year.
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