According to CNN on January 14th local time, more than 38,000 people have died of COVID-19 in the first two weeks of 2021.
According to the overall forecast released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 92,000 more deaths from COVID-19 are expected in the next three weeks.
The COVID-19 Tracking Project (CTP) shows that more than 130,300 people are currently hospitalized due to the novel coronavirus. In Pennsylvania, officials say hospitalizations are nearly twice as many as the spring peak.
Earlier this week, Louisiana’s governor said that Louisiana’s infections and hospitalizations had “swelled sharply.” In Arizona, officials reported record numbers of COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU patients on the 12th.
Since the beginning of January of the New Year, the United States has added more than 3 million confirmed cases of COVID-19, and hundreds of thousands of people are infected every day.
According to data released by Los Angeles County officials, about one-third of Los Angeles County residents have been infected since the beginning of the novel coronavirus epidemic, and the number of COVID-19 cases in workplaces, schools and daycares is increasing.
The COVID-19 outbreak in Washington, D.C., is also worse than ever before, with more than 320 new cases per day in Washington, DC, an increase of 38% over the previous week.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Washington, D.C., has reported more than 32,600 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 10 percent of which were confirmed in 2021.