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Saturday, October 2, 2021

Corona has caused 7 lakh deaths in America so far, the figures of the last three months are scary

The number of people who lost their lives to the corona virus in America reached the figure of 700,000 on Friday. At the same time, cases of the highly contagious delta form started declining and the number of patients in hospitals has reduced somewhat. In the US, it took just three and a half months for the death toll to reach 700,000 from 600,000 due to the delta nature. The delta form of infection spread more among people who had not taken a dose of anti-Covid-19 vaccine. The death toll is more than the population of Boston.

The death toll is troubling to health leaders and physicians because vaccines have been available to all Americans for nearly six months and a dose of vaccine could save them from hospitalization and death. It is estimated that 70 million eligible Americans have not yet received the vaccine.

However, despite the rising death toll, there are some signs of improvement. The number of hospitalizations of patients infected with Kovid-19 across the country is around 75,000, compared to 93,000 at the beginning of September. New cases of infection are decreasing. The death toll also appears to be decreasing. The reason for the low number of infections and deaths is due to more people wearing masks and getting vaccinated.

At the same time, pharmaceutical company Merck said on Friday that its experimental pill for people infected with Kovid-19 has halved the number of hospitalizations and deaths. If it is approved by the drug regulators, it will be the first drug effective in treating the corona virus. The government's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, cautioned on Friday that some may see encouraging trends as reasons for not getting vaccinated. He said, “It is good news that the cases of infection are decreasing. This is not an excuse to avoid the issue of needing to take vaccine supplements.'