Daily case counts are nearly 96% below all-time highs in January 2022.
Data from federal, state, and local health agencies show COVID-19 case, hospitalization, and death rates are significantly lower for vaccinated Americans than they are for the unvaccinated.
In 2021, 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.
The US had 32,746 new COVID-19 cases on May 17, 2022View the data→
The US had 151 new COVID-19 deaths on May 17, 2022View the data→
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