Finally, good news from the United States: new coronavirus cases are decreasing in half of the states.
We are used to seeing the U.S. as the country with the worst management with the virus crisis, but it seems that the statistic is taking a different course now.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the United States has reported 5.7 million coronavirus cases.
However, numbers from last week are showing that in 25 states the new infections are declining, while in 14 states, the number of new cases is steady.
In 11 states, the officials are reporting an increase in new infections, but the numbers don’t jump over 50%, which is good news as well.
As for the vaccine trials across the U.S., the current government is speeding up the processes and asks to see preliminary results before the presidential elections in November.
Whether these trials are going to be successful or not, we need to wait and see.
However, the nation’s number one infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, is hoping to have the COVID-19 vaccine ready for some time next year and reminds the American population how important the massive vaccination is.
He also said that they won’t have vaccines for everyone, so the first groups to get the shots are the front line workers and people with preexisting conditions that are more prone to fatality from coronavirus.