The United States once again exceeds 100,000 hospitalized for coronavirus and more and more children are admitted

The United States once again exceeds 100,000 hospitalized for coronavirus and more and more children are admitted

The health authorities of USA have evidence of a total of about 100,000 people hospitalized throughout the country as a result of the coronavirus; the highest number in this section in the last seven months, according to federal data collected by ABC News.

In addition, per capita hospital admissions rate among Americans under 29 is at the highest point in the pandemic, according to federal data.

Compared to last month there are six times more children admitted and daily deaths in the country have increased 281% in the last six weeks.

Eight states have ICUs over 90% full: Alabama (100%), Arkansas (89.58%), Florida (93.52%), Georgia (92.74%), Kentucky (89.33%), Mississippi (92.93%), Oklahoma (88.93%) and Texas (93.12%).

The country has registered a total of 38 million infections and 630,000 deaths since the declaration of the pandemic, with 135,000 new cases and 1,400 more deaths in the last hours, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University.

Only 60.4% of Americans 12 and older are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

NEW YORK ANNOUNCES 12,000 ADDITIONAL DEATHS FROM THE PANDEMIC

Meanwhile, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has added more than 12,000 deaths to the state’s coronavirus death tally after accusing her predecessor, Andrew Cuomo, of intentionally downplaying the numbers.

“Now we are publishing more data than was published before so that people know that deaths in nursing homes and hospitals are now consistent with what the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) show,” he explained this Wednesday. to the NBC network.

With these new figures, the state would now register more than 55,000 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic compared to the 43,000 announced by Cuomo before resigning on the 10th due to his sex scandals.

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