US Breaks Daily Record For 2nd Day In Row With 5 80 000 Cases.

US Breaks Daily Record Updates: Washington: The year 2022 is following in the footsteps of 2020. With more than half a million new Covid19 cases reported in the US heading into the new year, a third year of worldwide epidemic is expected. With more than 580,000 illnesses, the country set a new daily case record, surpassing one set just the day before.

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According to the New York Times database, Thursday’s count surpassed the 4,88,000 new cases reported on Wednesday, which was nearly double the greatest number seen last winter. The only silver lining is that the Omicron strain causes lesser sickness and requires fewer hospitalizations, especially among those who have been vaccinated.

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Even those who have been completely vaccinated are being advised to avoid wild New Year’s eve partying and to avoid hugs and kisses as the virus has spread rapidly, infecting critical personnel such as hospital staff, airline employees, restaurant workers, and others. According to CBS News, Dr. Michael Osterholm, a member of President Biden’s transition team’s Covid task committee, expects a “viral snowstorm” to worsen the issue in the coming weeks.

As the virus put a hex on New Year’s celebrations, US airlines cancelled roughly 1000 flights on Thursday and eateries began to close. Schools and universities are reevaluating the situation as they prepare to reopen on January 3 following the holiday break. Some have already stated that they will be returning to online classes.

All of this comes after the CDC recently reduced the necessary quarantine time for a confirmed Covid case from ten to five days in an effort to keep society running throughout the outbreak. Approximately 200 million Americans, or nearly 62 percent of the population, are completely vaccinated, with more than 68 million receiving a booster shot.

This could explain the low rates of hospitalisation and fatality. Despite the increase in infections, mortality have decreased by 5% in the last two weeks to an average of 1221 per day (compared to over 3000 per day during the peak of the pandemic in 2020), while hospitalizations have increased by just 15% to an average of 78,781 per day. But

Even those who have been completely vaccinated are being advised to avoid wild New Year’s eve partying and to avoid hugs and kisses as the virus has spread rapidly, infecting critical personnel such as hospital staff, airline employees, restaurant workers, and others.

According to CBS News, Dr. Michael Osterholm, a member of President Biden’s transition team’s Covid task committee, expects a “viral snowstorm” to worsen the issue in the coming weeks.On Thursday, roughly 1000 flights were cancelled by US airlines, and restaurants began to close as the virus put a halt to New Year’s celebrations. Schools and universities are reassessing the situation as they prepare to reopen on January 3 following the holiday break. Some

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