COVID cases are surging, and it's not because of "breakthrough" infections

COVID cases are surging, and it's not because of "breakthrough" infections

COVID cases are surging, and it's not because of "breakthrough" infections - Oops!Something went wrong.Please try again later. Data: CSSE Johns Hopkins University; Note: Rhode Island and Iowa data is from CDC and from July 12-July 19; Map: Axios Visuals Coronavirus infections are rising dramatically all over the U.S. as the highly contagious Delta variant spreads. The big picture: Some “breakthrough” infections are happening to vaccinated people, but this rising tide of cases and hospitalizations is mainly a threat to those who aren’t vaccinated. And in some parts of the country, most people aren’t vaccinated — so the virus can still do serious damage. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free. Where it stands: Nationwide, the average number of new cases per day was up 55% over the past week. New cases increased in 46 states, and many of those increases are substantial. Florida is now averaging just under 6,500 new cases per day — by far the most of any state, and a 91% jump from the week before. New cases more than …
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