The World is suffering from covid-19 disease, and The USA is a part of it. According to the reports, more than 33.5 million confirmed cases in the US since January 2020. It also includes more than 602,000 deaths which are the most of any country. As of now, many infections have gone undetected. The Centers for the Disease Control estimated that there are a total of 114.6 million illnesses in the U.S, which is more than one-third of its population, as of March 2021.
Preparations after outbreak
Throughout the century, the United States has experienced many diseases such as Spanish flu in 1918, Asian flu in q957, and Hong Kong flu in 1968. Swine flu in 2009 took over 12000 Americans and over 270000 hospitalized in just a year.
In the 21st century, the covid-19 pandemic has led to a challenging stage for the US.
Types of Vaccination in the US
Three vaccines have been authorized for use in the United States, and it is said that another two are to be released soon.
Since December, The Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines have been made available to Americans.
Since December, two vaccines are available for Americans. They are “The Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines.
A vaccine company named Johnson & Johnson developed a vaccine called Pharmaceuticals, which was authorized at the end of February. Janseen developed this vaccine.
Collaborating with Oxford University, AstraZeneca is expected to request their vaccine within a few days or weeks from the FDA. Another vaccine named Novavax has applied for its approval by June.
Vaccination in the US
People are becoming more conscious about the pandemic, and they are getting the importance of vaccines in this pandemic. It’s good to see people being responsible enough to get vaccinated. On Monday, about 177.3 million people have vaccinated at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine. It includes 150 million people vaccinated one dose of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine, Pfizer-BioNTech, and Moderna’s two-dose series.
According to the reports, over 65% of adults have received at least the first dose of vaccine. The President, Joe Biden, has set a goal of reaching at least 70% of the adults to get vaccinated single dose by July 4th.
On average, providers are administration about 1.13 million doses per day which is approximately a 67% decrease from 3.38 million, which was reported on April 13th