Great news everyone!
We have reportedly just hit our lowest level of new Covid-19 cases since the start of this whole outbreak.
This goes without saying though, but this happened no thanks to Fauci.
I think it’s time that we lift the last of these Covid-19 restrictions, and fully open everything back up. I think it’s also time that we take President Trump’s suggestions and look into certain malaria medications to treat Covid.
Democrats are going to hate this, but whatever. Make sure to rub this article in the face of anyone who can’t seem to get over lockdown fever or mask mania.
Here are the latest stats:
U.S. #COVID19 cases + deaths have ⬇️ to their lowest levels in nearly a year, as the number of people vaccinated continues to grow. Nearly 133 million are fully vaccinated, & the national percentage of COVID-19 tests that came back positive over the last 7 days was less than 3%! pic.twitter.com/c7RfsbEoVa
— Jerome Adams (@JeromeAdamsMD) May 29, 2021
Coronavirus Update: More than half of U.S. adults are fully vaccinated, as Memorial Day air travel reaches pre-pandemic levels With new daily cases of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 dropping in the U.S. to the lowest levels seen in over a year, https://t.co/89odnIqLDH
— of today (@_oftoday_) June 1, 2021
The U.S. has brought new coronavirus infections down to the lowest level since March 2020, when the pandemic began.
Nearly every week for the past 56 weeks, Axios has tracked the change — more often than not, the increase — in new COVID-19 infections. Those case counts are now so low, the virus is so well contained, that this will be our final weekly map.
The U.S. averaged roughly 16,500 new cases per day over the past week, a 30% improvement over the week before. New cases declined in 43 states and held steady in the other seven.
The official case counts haven’t been this low since Americans went into lockdown in March last year — when the pandemic was still new, no one knew how long this would go on, and inadequate testing meant that cases were undercounted.
COVID-19 cases and deaths in the United States have dropped to their lowest levels in nearly a year, and the number of people vaccinated continues to grow. As of May 27, 2021, nearly 133 million people in the U.S. are fully vaccinated.
— Steady Eddie, the (formerly) masked Cajun (@ed_guidry) June 1, 2021
U.S. air travel rebounds for holiday: With U.S. COVID-19 cases hitting the lowest levels in over a year, Americans took to the skies in numbers not seen since before the pandemic began. https://t.co/NAQsp21nRV #guestpost #lastminutenews #guestposting pic.twitter.com/Jn0Khesxiu
— @Easy_Branches #guestpostingservices DA 66 (@Easy_Branches) May 30, 2021
New York Daily News reported on how this has effected New York, one of the hardest places hit by Covid-19:
“The lowest we’ve seen ever since this pandemic began, since we started testing and measuring — this is the lowest level that we’ve had,” de Blasio said at his morning press briefing. “It’s absolutely amazing. This is a testament to the power of vaccination. This is a testament to the willpower of New Yorkers.”
Other key COVID measures also continued to show a decline Tuesday.
The number of people admitted to city hospitals with COVID symptoms each day hit 72 patients, the state hospitalization rate per 100,000 people dipped to .59%, and the daily number of new reported COVID cases averaged over seven days hit 271.
De Blasio announced Tuesday that senior centers will be fully reopening in two weeks as well, with the resumption of outdoor senior activities set to begin immediately.