CDC: US ​​coronavirus vaccinations drop more than 50% compared to last week

27 June 2021


The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the United States had vaccinated against COVID-19 in seven days, down more than 50 percent, or an average of 370 thousand doses from the previous week, as the July 4 date draws to a close. The United States aims to achieve at least one dose of 70%.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ofunited statesSpecifies the number of injectionsVaccines against COVID-19The average for the past 7 days is down 55.3% from the previous week.

The report states that as of June 24, there wereVaccination against COVID-19 The average 7-day cycle is about 3.7 lakh doses.

Data from the CDC shows that as of Saturday, June 26, there wasUS citizenApproximately 45.8% have completed the full dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and 53.9% have received at least one dose.

Approximately 152.2 million people in the United States have received the full dose of the vaccine, but some states, such as Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Wyoming, have higher vaccination rates.COVID-19 low

A new CDC study shows that Adults between the ages of 18-24, including non-Hispanic black adults. and those with less education, uninsured, and low household incomes. The rate of vaccination against COVID-19 and the lowest need for vaccinations

Earlier, the White House confirmed that US will not be able to vaccinate against COVID-19 to 70% of American adults at least one dose before July 4, which is the United States National Day. According to President Joe Biden set a goal