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February 6 COVID-19 test results and vaccination

Along Calculated risk of 2/06/2021 06:33:00 PM

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From bloomberg About vaccination As of February 6th.

“In the United States, more Americans have been given at least one dose since the pandemic began than have been tested positive for the virus. So far. 40.5 million doses were givenAccording to the count by state. Last week, an average of 1.43 million doses were given daily. “

Also check the graph at Prediction of COVID-19 vaccine The site has several interactive graphs related to US COVID vaccination, including a breakdown of the number of people who received a single vaccination and the number of people who received both vaccinations.

Currently, an average of nearly 2 million tests are performed daily in the United States. Based on experience in other countries, daily in the United States, the positive rate should be less than 5% (probably close to 1%) for proper testing and tracing (and isolation) to reduce infection. Too many cases-Positive rate-Effective testing and tracing.

The number of test results reported in the last 24 hours was 1,847,899.

There were 113,927 positive tests.

More than 20,000 Americans were reported dead in February.See graph above Here the daily death of the United States..

This data is COVID tracking project..

And check out COVID Act Now Check the status of each state. (Updated link to new site)

Click the graph to see the enlarged image.

This graph shows the 7-day average of reported positive tests and daily hospitalizations.

The positive rate for the last 24 hours was 6.2%. The positive rate is calculated by dividing the positive result by the total test (including pending).

Both cases and hospitalizations have peaked, but have declined from very high levels.

February 6 COVID-19 test results and vaccination February 6 COVID-19 test results and vaccination

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