COVID-19

States where hospitals are running out of adult intensive care unit beds include Louisiana, Alabama and West Virginia.
States with the most people in the hospital due to COVID-19 include Arkansas, Louisiana and Florida.
The daily average hospitalization rate in the United States is up 70% in the past two weeks. The hardest-hit state by far is Florida.
The Delta variant, which has caused almost all new COVID-19 cases in the past two weeks, spreads much faster than the earlier versions and is the primary cause for the latest surge.
There have been no COVID-19 deaths in Vermont over the past seven days, and hospitalization rates are low in several counties there.
Only 21% of the residents in this Florida county are vaccinated for COVID-19, and new cases there have surged.
Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 in one county in Alabama are nearly 600% higher over the past two weeks.
Over the past seven days, the number of COVID-19 cases has jumped 583% in one county in Louisiana.
In one county in Mississippi, less than 22% of residents have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a remarkably low number.
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COVID-19 entered the United States early last year. The first known infection was recorded on January 21, 2020, by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It was the start of a...
South Dakota, once a major American COVID-19 hotspot, has very few cases per capita lately. With low vaccination rates there so low, can it stay that way?
One county in Kentucky has the highest number of COVID-19 hospitalizations per 100,000 over the past seven days.
One primary reason vaccination rates are so low in Mississippi is that people refuse to be vaccinated, for a variety of reasons.
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