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April 1st COVID-19 Vaccinations, New Cases, Hospitalizations

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Note: I've been posting this data daily for over a year. I'll stop once all three of these criteria are met:1) 70% of the population over 18 has had at least one dose of vaccine,2) new cases are under 5,000 per day, and3) hospitalizations are below 3,000.According to the CDC, 153.6 million doses have been administered. 21.7% of the population over 18 is fully vaccinated, and 38.4% of the population over 18 has had at least one dose (99.6 million people have had at least one dose).And check out COVID Act Now to see how each state is doing. 35,772 US deaths were reported in March due to COVID.Click on graph for larger image.This graph shows the daily (columns) 7 day average (line) of positive tests reported.This data is from the CDC.The 7-day average is 62,167, down from 62,542 yesterday,

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Note: I've been posting this data daily for over a year. I'll stop once all three of these criteria are met:
1) 70% of the population over 18 has had at least one dose of vaccine,
2) new cases are under 5,000 per day, and
3) hospitalizations are below 3,000.

According to the CDC, 153.6 million doses have been administered. 21.7% of the population over 18 is fully vaccinated, and 38.4% of the population over 18 has had at least one dose (99.6 million people have had at least one dose).

And check out COVID Act Now to see how each state is doing. 

35,772 US deaths were reported in March due to COVID.

April 1st COVID-19 Vaccinations, New Cases, HospitalizationsClick on graph for larger image.

This graph shows the daily (columns) 7 day average (line) of positive tests reported.

This data is from the CDC.

The 7-day average is 62,167, down from 62,542 yesterday, and close to the summer surge peak of 67,337 on July 23rd.

The second graph shows the number of people hospitalized.

April 1st COVID-19 Vaccinations, New Cases, HospitalizationsThis data is also from the CDC.

The CDC cautions that due to reporting delays, the area in grey will probably increase.

The current 7-day average is 33,470, up from 33,376 yesterday, and well above the post-summer surge low of 23,000.

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