Daily cases across the United States went from 13,700 recorded on 6 July to over 37,000 yesterday. The increase, compared to two weeks ago, is 195 percent. Those countries with the least vaccinations have an impact. One of these is Montana: in Cole the increase in infected people was 446 percent. In New York, where new cases are growing by 214 percent, medical staff in public hospitals will have to be vaccinated or swab every week. In the Big Apple, the daily number of vaccines has collapsed: now the average is 18,000, while in April it was 100,000. In total, according to updated data from Johns Hopkins University, the total cases since the beginning of the pandemic have exceeded 34 million and 609,762 deaths.
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In the last two weeks, the cases of Covid-19 in the United States have tripled, due to the high number of unvaccinated. The emergency is putting the hospital system in crisis again. Doctors and nurses are exhausted in front of the surge in hospitalizations. “Our staff are experiencing this new situation with frustration,” explains Chad Neilsen, director of UF Health in Jackson, University of Florida, a hospital that had to cancel a series of long-scheduled surgeries due to the increase in infections. among students who attend the campus.