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California reports lowest covid-19 cases!

Source: Deadline

The recent studies done in the USA reflect that California has reported lowest coronavirus cases. In other words, the state has the lowest coronavirus affected patients in the entire country. It certainly is an achievement which reflects the months of hard-won progress against the pandemic. It is all done in the aftermath of the devastation of the state  fall-and-winter surge. Notably, the state is reported to have 40.3 per 100,000 people rate of new cases, as per the latest updates. This is dramatically very low in comparison to the nationwide rate of 135.3. Other than that, in Hawaii, it is about 39.1. The data is for that same time period, as per the information given by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Further, on the other hand Michigan has, far and away, the highest seven-day case rate in the nation, at 483 per 100,000 people. The rest few states are topping at the distressing leaderboard. This includes the New Jersey which has 269.7 rate for Covid and Delaware reported to have 264.1 rating range. Further, it involves the Pennsylvania with the range of 248.5 and Minnesota of spectrum 238.4. Also, amongst the larger states, the comparable rates over the same time period for Florida and Texas are 201.1 and 65.9.

During a briefing, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the CDC Director said, “Cases and hospitalizations are increasing in some areas of the country, and cases among younger people who have not yet been vaccinated are also increasing. Just like all of you, I want to get back to doing the things I love with family and friends who I haven’t been able to see over the past year. We all have a role in turning this tide and to trend our cases down.”

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